Woodward Daily Democrat (Woodward, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 109, Ed. 1 Monday, January 10, 1910 Page: 2 of 4
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Catered m second-class matter dept
ernbwr ». l*w. at the post oc®« fif
Woodward, Oklahoma, under the Act
m* March 2. 1179.
Per Year, by mall,..............22.0':
Par week, by carrier,........10 cent*
Month, by 1'anier...............Si
Par year, by carrier...........iJ.ft)
A NEW UNITED STATES COURT.
A (ear weeks ago when the Columbia
Ban* R Truat Co. tailed and the alatr
placed a paying teller at the window
who paid every depoaitor in (ul, a
I portion of the republican preaa of the
atate loudly clamored for a report of
the condition of the bank at the end
of the llmt ten daya: A few week*
later the Partners' National Bank at
Tulaa failed; not a dollar ha* been
paid to the depositor* Three week*
aave gone by and tue same paper*
that *o loudly clamored for a report
from the hank that wan paying are
now ailent aa the grave in regard to
the hank that la not paying Const*-
tency, ia a Jewel that la worn tin the
It ha* been \er> noticeable that the m,wn 0f those republica pa|»er* we
inieresta" have always show n a mark j„n , thlnk.
ed preference (or Vnited States courts
A few days ago the press dispatches
from Washington, announced that:
The chiefs of six of the great
railroad systems of the Cnited
State* called on President Taft
for the purpose of conferring on
forthcoming legislation during the
session of congress. The confer-
ence was arranged by J. Pierpont
The subjects discussed embrac-
ed the right of one railroad to
hold stock in that of a competing
line and the organization of an
Interstate commerce court, as
well as a number of minor topics
39,105 miles of road were repre-
sented, or a capitallxation of $2.-
Following close upon the heels of
the announcement of this conference,
arranged by J. Pierpont Morgan,
The other day a certain farmer in
Uigan county was driven almost to
the verge of nervous prostration by
the reports he had read in a Guthrie
paper regarding the high taxes of the
slate, lie went to pay his taxes and
found them even higher than he had
anticipated The only thing that kept
him from blowing up the state house
with dynamite was the fact that he
met a friend who sat down with him
took his tax receipt and figured out
that of the 825 tax he was paying,
only $1.60 went to the state of Okla-
homa. Perhaps a few more tragedies
could be averted ,i a little figuring
was Indulged in.
a Great City la a Great Solitude.
But little do men perceive wha'
solitude 1*. and how far It exteudetV
for a crowd is not company, and face»
1 are but a gallery of pictures, and talk
comes the President s special message, j but & tinkling cymbal, where there It
recommending, first, the I'nited States ( ]ove The u,ttn adage meeteth ti
Court of Commerce, second, that un g little: magna clvltas, magua soil*
der certain conditions, the holding of! fade; because In a great town friends
stock of one road by another, and.
third, which probably Includes the
MINOR TOPIC8 discused. a law au
thorizing national incorporation, so
that the interests may override the
various state* in which they do busi-
nes by taking refuge under the apron
of brother Taft, which is labelled in
President Taft take# up an entire
page of six point in the daily papers
to recommend, and then defend, these
pet Ideaa of the Interests, and the
whole thing may be boiled down to
the one proposition: “WE KNOW
THAT CERTAIN BIG COMBINA-
TIONS HAVE BEEN VIOLATING (uettloM:
THE LAW. THEREFORE THE LAW "Talk
80CLD BE CHANGED SO THAT; "No, air."
THEIR DEALINGS WILL BE MADE, Know bow to spoil cat and dog
LAWFUL." | . «... *
8everal of the states have been rnak-1
ing trouble for the Standard Oil and telephoM otl,w
some other trusts, and the big rail-, „j.o „
road combinations, and it ia up to the -Uiua„y te„ aTe,Tbody ,n th, o|.
administration to open to them an av- tee how much the firm owes and all
enue of escape. Six of the chiefs sug be rest of the private business you
gest, the President recommends, in earn?"
We scattered, so that there Is not ,haf
l.-Powshlp for the most part which Is
In less neighborhoods; but we msy gc
turthev and affirm most truly that It Is
a mere and miserable solitude to want
true friends, without which the world
la but a wilderness; and even in this
Sense also of solitude, whosoever la
Uie fratna of hi* nature and affections
la unfit for friendship, he taketh it ol
the baast and not from human-tv.—
From Dacca's “Essay aa Saaing Wisa’
MOW SHE >70T THE JOB.
She was applying for a sltuatloa
•a confidential clerk aad typist, aad
ia turned upon ber a rapid Bra of
terstate railroads now override the
states with impunity, and take refuge w-as thinking of something elao
behind the Interstate freight rulings ) ® as*t n'ken she took a hand In
of the commerce commission: with a f0maVer an<* put a ^ew 9uer,e9:
i , . ,, , 1 smoke cigars when you’re dictah
national charter the states would be1B
absolutely powerless to deal with “Why cr_no”
them, and the national administra "Slam things about when business
tlon. Judging by past history, could see a bad*"
no wrong in their dealings. "No."
... ■ ... “Think you know enough about
Some of the editors of the republl ,nd punctuation to appro
can papers do not take kindly to the ^ date a gud typist when you get
nomination of Dennis Flynn for Gov ! >ne?"
ernor of Oklahoma by President Taft
and other Washington politicians
They are so unreasonable as to in-
sist that Oklahoma republicans should
“I-I think so.
“Want me to go to work, or Is your
time worth so little that-"
“Kindly hang up your things wad
••Cs get at these ls»*era“
FOR COUGHS and COLDS.
FOR WEAK, SORE LUNGS, ASTHMA,
THROAT and LUNG
I regard Dr. King's Hew Discovery ss the grandest medicine of
modem timet. Ons bottle completely cared me of n very bed
cough, which was steadily growing worse under other treatments.
EARL SHAMBURG, Cod-11, Kao.
WMOg BOo AND tl.00
.9 SOLD AID MIARMTEED17 g.
H. BOEHM. Prep.
Woman's Natural Mime.
Oae woman's natural sense is wnrtl
80 men's trained reason In n predica-
ment—New York Pres*.
Pliny It is b«at to profit
leadncsa of other*.
When l ove Grows Cold.
When love grow * cold thero are Ilk#
ly dp be hot timea around the bouse.
PROGRAM WOODWARD COUNTY
JAN. 21 AN0 22. 1910.
Prlday, Jan. 21, 2:00 p. m.
Song by Association, “Oklahoma."
(1) Grammar and How to Make It
Interesting.......Miss Lulu Keith.
Mrs. Mary 8qiith, Mr. Earl Sherman.
12) Teachers' Power of Questioning,
Mr. John Bonham.
Mrs. Mary Hughes, Mr.Andrew Nelson.
(3) Reading in tbs Public Schools
Earl Murray, Miss Alice Gaden.
Solo................. Misa Ballinger.
1:00 p. m.
Solo.................. Mr Cummins
Reading......... Mrs. 8ad!e Morris.
Violin Solo......Miss Evelyn Raynor.
Saturday, 9:00 a. m.
Song by Association.
(1) Suggestions for History Teaching
Miss Repha Williams, Miss Florence
(2) Purposes and Place of Written
Mr. G. E. Holland, Mrs. Mitchell.
(3) School Libraries, Mr. Pittman
Mr. A. P. Cummins, Miss Lura
(4) Song by Association.
COUNT YWARRANTS PAYABLE.
Salary warrant up to and Inc. .’...157
Court Warrant .................. 28S
Supply warrant ................ 255
Contingent warrant ..........147
Co. Road & Bridge warrant......313
Poor A Insane ................. 349
W. H. WILCOX,
SAVED AT DEATH'S DOOR.
SWADTHOUT DRUG COMPANY
The door of death seemed ready to
open for Murray W. Ayers, of Transit
Bridge N. Y., when his life was wonder-
fully saved. "I was in a dreadful con-
dition." he writes. "my skin was almost
yellow;eyea sunken;tnngue coated em-
aciated from losing 40 pounds, growing
weaker dally. Virulent liver trouble
pulling me down to death in spite of
doctors. Then that matchless medicine,
Electric Bitters ■ cured me. I regained
the 40 pound lost and now am well
and strong.” For all stomach, liver and
J. W. Swarthout Drug Co's.
For feed and hay of all kind and best
quality, go to the Hunter Milling Com-
pany, East Main street 101-tf.
No “Pnau natiea” for London.
The plan ior a great undcrjtoun
pneumatic tube system in I-onrlon
for the dispatch of letters urd » it
cels, seems to have been definite
<il!ed for the present hv the
verse decision of the committee •
the house of commons. One .» U
Advantages claimed for Lhe plait w*
drat it >vould relieve the conjs-tio*
of the streets by dispensing Vith
large number of vehicles. Put i
seemed to be held that the(schtrr»
was still too much in the experi
mental st."ye. London had one ex
perience years ago with a pneumat
»c tube, which proved unsuccessful
but it is explained tiiat the genera
plan was defective, parcel* heir
accumulated faster than they cotik
be handled, to that there wa* n*
saving in timy.
A WILD BLIZZARD RAGING
brings danger, suffering- often death
to thousands, who take colds cough*
and lagrlppe that terror of Winter
and Spring. Its danger signals are
“Bluffed up" nostrils, lower part of
nose More, chills and fever, pain In
back of head, and a throat gripping
cough. When Grip attacks you. as you
value your life, don't delay getting Dr.
King's New Discovery. “One bottle cur-
ed me." writes A. L. Dunn, of Pine Val-
ley. Mi**., “after being 'laid up' three
weeks with Grip." For sore lungs, Hem-
morrhagi'S, Coughs, Colds. Whooping
Cough. Bronchitis. Asthma, It'a *u-
pretu. f>0c. 81.00. Guaranteed by
J. W. Swarthout Drug Co.
■ o —
• W* Wish You All a •
• HAPPY and PROSPEROUS •
• NEW YEAR •
• and Many Happy Returns of tlw
• tame •
• NIXON CONPECTIONRRV. •
... New System...
Prompt Sarvica Day «nd Night
The Gerlach Bank
«pwe mow voom
Mata and County P*a«dl«»r
Orders, Am iriean Bankers
ail wt sns oar Savlak* Basks
Interest paid ob Time Certificates of D epoalt, large or small. Every a
modation extended cocsisteae with safe and conservative banking. Wa i
your bust aeae.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
Woodward. • • Okie
Phone 288 Green
For Best liockvale an
Weighed over County Scale*
We Also Carry Steam And Furnace Coal 4^
Cox & Townsnd.
hotity Central when phones
ate wanted or out
PRO FESSt0 HAL
If you want a borne see
O. P. MARUM, Secretary
Weed ward Realty Company
Room 8, Gerlach Bank Building.
HOOVER A SWINDALL
Woodward III Oklahoma
D. P. MARUM
Room 6, Gerlach Bank Building.
Woodward — — — Okla.
C. W. HEROD
Woodward I I I Oklahoma
CLYDE H. WYAND
•Mice One Half Block We*t Of Post Offlo
Filina Conte.t. and Second Kntrle.
8. B. Laune Wa Petersen
LAUNE A PETERSEN
Over Poet of flee Phone 143
Woodward til Oklahoma
A. W. ANDERSON
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Collection, and Commercial Law a Special).
Counsel for Southwestern Mef. Agency
DR. W. L. ROSE,
Phyaician and Surgeon
Office In Anderaon’s new building west
of Central Hotel.
Specialist In Chronic Diseases of
Eye, Ear, Note and Throat, has
moved to the office occupied by Dr.
Hose, west of poet office.
Sea Dr. Nobell for your catarrh.
What We Will Do
We will give 10 per cent discount on our
large line of HEATING and COOK1G
STOVES. We have oil burners so if your
coal gives out you can Ktill have a fire.
CAN AND BURNER (Complete) $3.00
Bowr0n & Pruitt, Woodward,Oklahoma
M. a MURPHY,
The New State Bank,
Bans of Personal aarvica. Gtvas bal ramtta.
We waat your good will.
M. 0. Murphy, J. T. Hastings, W. H. Vrach
C. B. Young, L. P. Northup. C. A. Boon.
Woodward It Ul But CNy it Oklahoma.
WOODWARD REALTY CO.
will sell you the best lots in the city on EASY
TERMS, or acre property. Lots in northeast,
northwest, center or nose in; improved or un-
improved, as you want it.
D. P. MARUM, Secy.
Rooms 5 and 6, Gerlach Bank Building.
All Kinds of Building Material
WOODWARD, 0 KLA-
For Estimates On
All Kind of Heating
Something Really Nice
In the line of meats can always be found at
this market. The aame old market under
Ose-hxlf blac «st •( pesieffic*. a a a , Pbaaa 43.
Coombes Meat Market.
O. E. SHARP LUMBER OO
ir you buy op urn wa morn makb moiwv,
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