Woodward Daily Democrat (Woodward, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 143, Ed. 1 Friday, February 18, 1910 Page: 1 of 4
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ward Daily Democrat
DUCCE9DOB TO THt
WOODWARD, OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY, 14 MIA
$1.00—Starts Aa Accwnif Here
Ask any of your friends who have
money in the Wnk if it imys to save.
You will ttnd that ten out of twelve of
them started with a small deposit
CONE TO THIS BANK AND OPEN
YOUR ACCOUNT TODAY
Tlw II rat deposit may be as email as
site dollar, but once started, your as-
eeunt will grew, much to your satis-
faction as well as ours. Wo make M
easy for you to have money in the bank
—wo help you aavs.
oamoairomm paortorn mv thm otposiroec
ouahanty fumo of thm srar* of Oklahoma.
OOUNTY AND STATE DEPOSIT AMY.
THE GERLACH BANK*
'loss at tbs baarlae bars so January
Tbs railway baa until April 1 of
this year to com ply wlU tbs ardor aI
tbs commission, by op salad sad put-
tied la adequate croasted* °a second,
third, fourth. Ifth and alaU streets,
all tbs streets asked for la the com
plalat. The compear Is permitted to
leave the round house bulldtad I*
fourth street Us evidence la Ue case
showlaa that there would bs adequate
room for truffle without dlsturbiaa Ibis
building. The case was handled for
Woodward by Judd* Deaa.
The commission took Into consider-
ation the fact that when the ordi-
nance was passed by the council la
May, I DOS, assuming to vacate all the
Streets la the city asked for by Ue
railroad company, no notice was given
property owners interested In the pro-
posed action, and no damages were
awarded or appraised upon property
that suffered by reason of such action.
The order of the commission holds
that the ordinance was of no effect,
and that the streets involved were
never legally closed.
It would be hard to over estimate
the value of this order of the corpo-
ration commission to the property
I owners In Woodward east of eighth
^ street. It will open streets so that
1^ school children can cross the tracks
|4 on regular crossings Instead of being
| compelled to risk their lives »» --
ing through among cars, and will, af-
*» ford as good fire protection for the
(north side of the city east of eighth
street as the south side now has,
which is not the case at present, as
New Tort. Fab. II.—The New Tort
Times Is the oul ypaper here to treat
Ue President s speech la a compre
beastve editorial. All the other pap-
ers. if they touched on It at all, devot-
ed their comment to local polities. The
Herald was the oaly egcepUoa, wlU a
brief squib. la a column and a half
leading editorial, the Times says la
part this morning under the heading,
“Mr. Taft and the People."
President Taft altogether fails to un-
derstand ths cause of the widespread
and growing displeasure of the people
with bis administration. His speech*
at the Republican Club banquet Sat-
urday night was a cry of alarm, unmis-
takably It was that. But It was also
an attempt at justification, and In that
his failure was so diaastrous that he
visibly added to the causes of polit-
Know Broken Palth Whan bee It.
What Is It that blinds the eyes of
Mr. Taft to the plain truth that the
great issue upon which his adminis-
tration has been adjudged a failure Is
one of common morality? The people
may be deceived by the intricacies ol
tariff schedules, they may be poor
| compelled to risk their lives by walk- judges of the constitutionality of fed
“TAFT DffPENM A FAILURE."
Fifteen Million Voters'Cannot Re Usd
Without Finding Out
la Raster Sunday. If you want a new
suit for Easter better order today. Our
line of 8prlng samples are beyond com-
parison in style, finish, fit and price.
We are sure we can please you. See
window display. Phone 114.
,13! j Main. E. R. FULLER, Prop.
Tom Brown and Mr. Love, of
Charleston, returned to their homes
WOODWARD GET, THE
That the State corproration
mission gets the goods for the public
has been demonstrated again in the
Interest of Woodward. The commis-
sion yesterday afternoon Issued its
order for the opening of the streets In
Woodward asked for In the complaint
flled by local citizens on which evi-
dence was taken before Chairman
would be impossible to tell which
ETREETS 8lde °r tbe track * flre ln the eaa*
part of the city and close to the rail-
road was on. especially at night, and
the lire wagon would probably have to
make a detour of several blocks either
to eighth street or first street, to get
to tbe north side.
The opening of these streets will
have a beneficial effect on property
values throughout the east part of the
city, and the action of the commission
in ordering the railroad company to
put In these crossings will be appre-
ciated by everybody la Woodward.
THEY ARE HERE
The Spring Goods Consisting
of Ladies Spring Suits, Ilats, Wool Dress Skirts,
Shirt Waists, Silks and Wool Dress Goods, Per-
cales, Ginghams, Embroideries and Laces.
Men's Clothing, Shoes, Spring Underwear and
Hosiery and many things in Spring Dry Goods
-NEW GARDEN AND FLOWER-
SEEDS, ONION SETS AND
On account of moving and changing Our Various
Departments we shall have to handle Our Early
Spring goods under many difficulties and we are
going to ask you to he patient with us until we
are settled in our New Building where we will be
able to give 3 011 the
•IN WESTERN OKLAHOMA’
GERLACH-HOPKINS MERC. CO.
“More of the Best for Less Money”
First National Bank
FEB CENT. ON CERTIFICATES «F
eral law*, but tbe false pretenae, the
broken pledge, baa faith, these are
faults In honor which they perceive aa
quickly a* anybody, for tbe moral
aenae la primary and universal.
Carl Schurz uaed to aay that, while
political argument and appeal often
lett an audience unmoved, be never
tailed to carry bia audience with him
on a moral iaaue If he could put it
clearly before tbem.
We need not tell Mr. Taft, for he
knowa It already, that tbe broken tar-
iff pledge of hi* party hat been brought
within the clear apprehension of the
people. No truth in our political his-
tory waa ever better known.
Hia party and he appealed for tbe
votes of the people upon the promise
that the Dlngley tariff should be re-
. vised downward; we repeat, revised
downward. He made that promise
many times, as a candidate pledging
hla personal faith that the party’s
promise should be kept. The votes
were given, hla party triumphed, he
waa elected. The promise waa not
kept; Mr. Taft and the Republican
leader* have deceived the people.
Feeble, Faltering Defense.
What does It avail him now, what
has It availed him since the Winona
speech, to repeat his feeble, faltering
defense of that dishonorable decep-
tion? Flfteeen million voters cannot
be lied to and not find It out. Un-
doubtedly Mr. Taft believed the pledge
would be kept. He did not then
consciously deceive the people. But
on that day last September when be
abased himself to declare, as he de-
clared again Saturday night, that the
Aldrlch-Payne tariff is the “best cus-
toms law that has ever been iiassed”
the country learned with deep regret
and concern that It must revise its
judgment of the character and moral
tlbre of its President.
That is why Ohio, his own state, is
in grave danger, that Is why in every
slate, from the Ohio border west to
the Pacific, the party Is rent with fac-
tional discord; that is why the Republi-
cans, In all probability, are to lose the
next fall’s elections their majority in
the house of representatives. How dif-
ierent today would have been Mr.
Taft's standing before the people if
with the courage of a man, he bad
vetoed the bill and denounced the
treachery that shaped it.
THE MARKETS I
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 14
BIG SLUMP IN MOB MARKET.
Today 's top waa 97.33 The
opened up at 37.54. aag before boot
dropped to «7.3£ for top. WlU gnb
ably open tomorrow at 17.35.
157, • |7.M; 8. 114 •
M-35; 32. 330 0 97.70; 1. 315 # 97.93.
...35c • tSr
9133. • 9173
Cane Daad^™............. 9135 awl
Kaffir Cam—.................... ,93c
Butter—20 to SSo. i.
Hajr—.,919, D 913
Cabbage, So; Potatoes, 9139 kg
FROLIC CALLED OFF.
The frolic to be glvea la hi
the visit of the
Modern Woodcraft, Chaa. K.
has been postponed indefinitely owing
to the unexpected recalling of the lec-
turer to Indiana. Tbe local Wood-
men are greatly dlaappotatad at not
being able to entertain Mr. Whalaa at
this time but hope to be able to an-
nounce hla arrival at a later date.
Mr. NaDle Clem came In from East-
ern Oklahoma yesterday and spent
last night with bis slater, Mrs. L. R.
Downer and husband. He left today
for his home in Beaver couaty, and
was accompanied by bis mother, Mrs.
A. W. Clem, and slater, America, who
have been here since last October at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Downer.
A. W. Brier, who has been running
a livery stable at Buffalo for some
time, has bought the Palace livery
barn in this city and took possession
this week. Mr. Brier is an experienced
man in this line and will doubtless
give the public good service.
and aR kinds
I ' «
J. \V. Hamilt< .1. f •' Woodward, and
his partner, Jo K. cilrane, of Leb-
anon, Mo., we la our c«*y last Sat-
urday talklfkg up a caduiug factory
proposition for Mooreland.
The first step Is to ascertain if the
tnrmers and people of the vicinity
w..l interest themselves sufficiently
to plant and tend the vegetables the
company want to can, and for that
purpose the gentlemen have arranged
for a meeting of the farmers to be
held In Mooreland, Saturday, Keb. 19.
hvery tarrncr in the vicinity is urged
iO be present and learn the propo-
sition. The promoters claim there is
much valuable tomato land here that
will make the farmer from 975 to |85
an ncre If they can get a market for
...elr^ tomatoes. A canning plant in-
sures the market. Mooiemnd Leader.
NORTH SCHOOL BUILDING.
By mistake Madge Hatton's ami
i \rthur Robinson's names were omit-
ted from the list receiving excellent
grades last month.
MRS. MARY Hl’GlIKS, Teacher.)
This is your chance. Make an in-
vestment that will bring you the
greatest results in value—in satis-
faction. You will not only reap
the dividends now but also next
season and next winter. These
styles will be as good next winter
as now. But come quickly—the
best “Plums” are always picked
first—-so come while the picking’s
Star (Tithing Mouse
SAMUEL LEW, Prop.
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