Woodward Daily Democrat (Woodward, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 103, Ed. 1 Monday, January 3, 1910 Page: 4 of 4
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WOOOWAMD DAILY DEMOCRAT MONDAY, JANUARY 1 NIL
NIWI AMORT CUTS.
Q. W. Bryan, of 8t Lunin.
M Ue llrluoD llama1.
la a aural
K. K McKay of Ituffalai is in
City today tntaaactmg biuiua-aa
J Martin, of IVarl and M. F. Smith,
of Curtis, callt*d on th** County 811411
For I red and hay of all kind and brat
Quality, ao to the Hunter Milling Com
fUf, Last Main street. 19t-tf.
The County Commissioners are In
session today at the office of the
The sudden change In the weather
reminds us that we are in need of a
multitude of things that we haven't.
The Hunter Milling Company sell
All kinds of high grade feed. IUI-tf.
The rtistrict Court for Woodward
County will convene January 1? to Kelt
Mrs. Ilert McCune returned
night from Wichita Shu has
Visiting with her father.
The County Teachers' Association
will convene at the Court House on
Friday and Saturday, January 21
When you hear the old cow bawl
you may know the hot biscuits are
ready at Kid's place. Come a run-
Mrs. J. M Shaw and Mrs. P. A.
Rucker, of Cunadtan, Tex , who visited
over Sunday with Dr. A. T. .Junlap
nnd family, left today for their homes.
« Aa Cheap and as niaa a trip ever given for th# money in tha
Unitad States; Iram Woodward, Oklahoma, to , J
1 The GULF COAST COUN TRY. SOUTHERN J
* TEXAS. $25 FOR ROUND TRIP *
Privats Dining and Sleeping Car, including bnrth and I meat*. t
At »' *0 par day WILL HAVl PRIVATE CAR AT WOODWARD. t|>
3 MONDAY. JANUARY Ird* 1*10. and yau will have no changa ]
▼ ef cart an anlira trip ta Rauth Taaaa and Ratum. Wa will par- T
At sanally conduct this aacursian and will aaa that aach ona gata ;L
J all the enjoyment possible. a tap tvtr will ba allowed at any ,
▼ paint an going or return trip. T
| We will go to Houston, San Antoino, Corpus t
f Christ! and San Micfo, with stops T
t at Edna. Victoria and other I
T Important points along the coast and T
J will also take a side trip to OALVESTON. J
A Coma and aaa tha Winter Oardons of the South—why stay A
T at homo whan you can make a MM mile trip far $28; year berth £
▼ and maala coating yea about 111 for tha round trip, as chsap T
A as yau can live at homo. A
S Wo will ehow you tha Rnaat country an earth, with lands !
▼ at $30 to $40 par acre that will produce crept that will net *T
^ from $20 ta MO par acre. ^
Saa ut by Oacambar 30th., 1000 so that wa can order you a ticket *f
and make tho nscssaary raoarvatisna for you.
f ALBERT ZIRM & CO. t
| Woodward • - * - • Oklahoma J
S LINKS, s TIMES, SI CCNTS
ONI TINS. S CENTS REN LINE.
WANTED Washing and sewing,
apply af Kid s Place. 91-I2t
WANTED TO KENT—Good piano
Mrs. A. W. Rogers. Phone 315 red Sitf
Art IMeturea from 2S cenls to |1.50
at Photo Gallery. kio Main St.
WANTED—Everybody to know that
Shugart is aowr running two harks to
all the night trains. Prompt service.
Call Pnone 68. \ (.
’ general house
Mr*. Cordia Long, who U teaching
school near Gage, left for Meadvllle,
Mo., to attend the bedside of her
mother, who is dangerously ill.
The fire boy* had an early morning
call to the Kincaid residence thia
morning, but the blaze had been ex-
tinguished. A flue caught fire.
The police nabbed a "plain drunk"
yesterday and brought him before the
police court this morning. He was
forthwith fined the usual sum. Too
much New Year, we suppose.
The January term of the County
Court was called this morning. Judge
O'Bryan reports a small docket. The
Jury term wlll^ggt -bp called until
gome time fn March.
X Prompt Delivery - Phone 322 X
| W. J. DRISKELL & CO. |
LOST ANO ROUND
I.08T- Slate colored kid glove,
gent's, for left band. Kinder please
leave at this office or return to C. W.
LOST Bird dog, light, flecked with
black, two black spots on body, black
about head. Answers to the name of
"Duce." Return to F. 11. Cline and
receive reward. S5-tf.
LOST Cushion to seat from new
Rpring wagon. Finder leave at this
office. Liberal reward 87-tf.
Colorado Nigger Head Nut
1 >cst cooking coal that money can
TAKEN CP One brindle cow, came
to dig 4 feed yard on west Main street
Saturday. Owner can have same by
paying feed bill und advertising. 103^f.
ON SUITS. OVERCOATS.
CSAVENETTE COATS, SHOES.
HATS AND FURNISHINGS
It will be a Saving to you
to Attend This SALE and
Take Advantage of the Great
BARGAINS We are Offering.
quire of I. 1). Hailing.
west part town.
for rent. North-
Frank Guthrie, wife and two child-
ren, spent Christmas vacation with
his father. Win Guthrie and family ' -0O08080808Q8CKX>OOOOOOOOC
have returned to their home in Lenord.
Okla., where Mr. Guthrie is operator
for the railroad.
C. M. HEWIN’S Feed Store
Wholesale and Retail
FLOUR, FEED and HAY
Meunier*s Old Stand, Phone 175.
Corner 6th and Main - - - East Woodward.
Samuel Walker, son of Rev. Walker
former pastor of the Presbyterian
church, who is attending school at
Tulsa, has been visiting with old ac-
quaintances in this city for several
days and has been particularly the
guest ot Donald Robinson, returned to
At the convention of the State Edu-
cational Association held in Oklahoma
City, last week, Sequoyah county took
1st. prize on attendance and Wood-
ward county, second prize. The del-
egation from Sequoyah consisted of
75 and from Woodward 50.
Mr and Mrs. J. U. Robinson gave a
6 o'clock dinner on the evening of Jan
uary 1st., consisting of 12 courses. The
table decorations were in pink and
white and the plate cards consisted of
poRt cards with New Years' greetings.
The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lowry,
and Mr. Wm. Lawry, of Lyons. Kan.,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Haning, Mr.
and Mrs. E. E Coffey, and Mrs. Carrie
Samuels, of this city.
I» AH Dependn.
Said Sha—Do yon balleve la platan-
Bald Ha—It depend* on whether
you refer to a man * love for Un fair
gas or hla loro for mooay.
The regular teacher’s examination
will take place at ttie office of the
County Superintendent In Wood ward
on Thursday and Friday, January 27
• Wo Wish You All a
• HARRY and RROSREROUS
• NEW YEAN 4
• and Many Happy Returns of tha
• NIXON CONFECTIONERY.
Load for sale or trade la El Campo,
• ni, a warm climate, rich aoll, and
« Uf Improvements on the ground.
** J Mlvt the office of J. R. Doan, Room
A. Green, Agent, El Campo
I have a kiln and am ready to begin
my class in China painting. Any one
wishing to order paints or China for
the cl«RR, call or 'phone to
MISS SARAH GREER,, 1623, 3rd. St.
Phone 225. 99-101 103.
WON’T 8LIGHT A GOOD FFIEND.
Thrilling Experiences ir
WILDS OF AFRICA
"It ever I need a cough medicine j
again 1 know what to get," declares
Mrs. A. L. Alley of Beals, Me., "for,
after using ten bottles of Dr. King's
New Discovery, and seeing Us excall-
ent results in my own family and
others, I am convinced it is the best
medicine made for Coughs, Colds and
lung trouble.” Every one who tries veil,
it feels just that way. Relief Is felt
at once and Its quick cure surprises
you. For Bronchitis, Asthma, Hemor-
rhage, Croup, LaCrippe, Sore Throat,
pain In chest or lungs Us supreme.
50.c and |1.00. Trial bottle free.
Guaranteed by J. W. Swarthuot Drug.
Huntinf Big Game
The only atthentic history of the
"Roosevelt Party on the Dark Contin-
eut." Illustrations ly Hermit Roose-
B. Y. P. U. AND SUNDAY SCHOOL
On January 13 and 14 a B. Y. P. U.
and Sunday school institute will be
held at the First Baptist church, con-
ducted by Revs. Ford and Moorer of
These men are adepts in their line
of work, and an interesting program is
promised. All are invited, but those
Interested in 8unday school and Young
People's Work are especially urged to
attend these services.
Tha Majesty of tha Law.
“Pa, what's the majesty of the
“A country Justice ot th* peace who
aits In a chicken-stealing case and
think* the nations are watohing him.”
Japanese Flower D novation.
In the Japanese method of flower
decoration—to become a master ta
which a man must study for at least
14 years, seven years of bard work
making him only fairly proficient—
only few flowers are used. One beau-
tiful bough la considered ample
esthetic food for a day. The Japaoeea
snow that only on* beautiful object
at a time can be appreciated, and
they aim at placing that object ta par
(set relation to Its surroundings A
rut of flowers In a Japanese houae ia
(he principal thing in the room, aent
which th* chief guest of th* evening
PAGES FULL OF EXCITE-
MENT AND INTEREST
You want one sure
See KILE BEAM Local Afent.
Dr. Lee, Phone 381.
A MILLION UNEMPLOYED.
(Continued from page one.)
Babies are going without first class
nourishment for this reason. Scores
are starving. Yes, actually starving
right here in Chicago and more than
double that number In New York.
"It Isn't the Individual that Is respon-
sible. There are few men who If they
see any one suffering the panga of
hunger, but that would reach In their
pocket for money.
"It Is the system. We are so eager
to grab the dollar we do not watch,
we do not know, nnd seemingly we do
not care what our neighbor Is doing.
They starve to death next door to un
and we know nothing of it.
“It Is time we woke up. We want
a new system by which men can work
and earn their bread. It Isn’t charity
we want for those men and women.
It Is simply a chance to earn their
living, to provide bread for their wives
and children by the sweat of their
brow. They have not even the aha nee
Dr. Lee, Phone Ml.
GUNS TO RENT Inquire of Rich-
ard & Shepard.
FOR RENT—New, three large room
house, Just completed, plaKtered, water
In yard. Inquire of Dad Nall, Cattle
King Hotel. go-tf.
The interesting ad. denotes the in-
FOR RENT—Ground floor two story
brick building 80x25 ft. 3 doors from
First National Bank building. Ad-
dress lock box 934. 72-tf.
FOR SALE—80 acres, 3>i miles g.e.
of Woodward, well Improved, e'i of
nw)4 sec. 3, T. 22, R. 20. Price for 30
days only, $1800. Time on $500. See
or write ARBERT ZIRM k CO.,
100-6t Woodward, Okla.
Hand Made art needlework novelties
at P. 0. Book Store.
For best hay go to Jeff Kawdon.
New feed store. East Main Street.
FOR SALE One extra good "new"
milk cow. O. F. HILL. Inquire at
('has. Nelson's office. 101-6tx.
Books Suitable for all occasions
and ages, at the P. O. Book Store.
THE HENSON HOTEL BI S makes
all trains, day and night, and will call
to any part of city. Baggage trans
ferred. Phone 142.
Xmas Cards, Booklets and Post Cards
Albums at P. O. Book Store.
Dr. Lee, Pnone 381.
810 Vain for Post Cards, Art
tures, City Views and Photos,
square deal for you.
Art Pictures, Post Cards and Stereo-
scopes at H Price, at Phil'Ip* Photo-
gallery, 810 Main street.
Call and* nee un In eur new loo*
tien, just cant ef First National Dank
Fine line of now, fresh geode.
A. J. MEUNIER.
PEDIGREE JERSEY BULLS
Sire Count Alttson; Dam Maaoritg
Four years old. WU he at
NOLLAOAY PECO YAEO
north of track for th* season, Turn
9S. cash. Bred and shipped to us t.>
Ira P. Watson, Predoata, N. T. Breed
wa of fine stock should not ovaries'
SANTA FE TIME TADLC.
A. T. A S. P. By C*.
Arrival and Departure of Trains ot
11:M P. M.
1:t$ P. M.
tlOS A. M.
$140 ». M.
Y. P. Laden
hPoo* I$4 red.
; Don! Lei This Opportunity J
Pass By X
j — x
| We Have A Large Stock $
+ To Select From; Which must J
X be Reduced. £
i — *
| HEAVY FLEECED AND RIBBED |
+ UNDERWEAR %
| 33c |
* PER GARMENT t
| S=B i
! A. J. Viets & <§* t
MODEL T FORD, Fully Equipped $1025.00
MICH PftICtn quality
wd A LOW PKJCLD OhA
THE MODEL 38 OVERLAND, has arrived. Call and tee it*
NAIL YOUR FLAG TO OUR LUMBER
You eon FIND un without dogs or
Eehlmee. Complete Stock Beet Grade*-
(tight F rices.
WE CAN PROVE IT
C. K. Luc« Lumber Company
tor Bum Cab and Barov e.
Household Goods and Pisno mov-
ing a specialty.
•DAY sad NIGHT TEAM?,
Wa have removed to th* Hunt*
Building, first doer east ef Pint Nn-
Menal Dank, and Invito all aur friends
to sell and oea ee. .Our line Is sen*
pitta and our eteek frooh end mum
A J. MEUNIER.
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