Woodward Daily Democrat (Woodward, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 163, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 15, 1910 Page: 1 of 4
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Woodward Daily Democrat
SUCCESSOR TO THE WOOOWARO OAILV DISPATw .
WOOOWARO. OKLAHOMA. TUESDAY. MARCH. 15. 1110.
BESIDES the four percent
interest you iret on time
certificates of deposit from
this i>auk, you receive
Democrat* Hava Picket Seme
Able Men to Lead the Con-
4 Depositors Protected by Depositors Guaranty Fund 4
4 of Tbs State of Oklahoma. 4
THE GERLACH BANK,
Capital Surplus and Undivided Profits
REPUBLICAN COURTS Allow TO
OIP INTO PEOPLES
The Difference Between the
tein Cemmieeien Rate an.
Wichita. March 15—The entry
and bu Incas oian of Woodward, Into
the race for the democratic congres-
sional nomination in the Second dis-
trict jive* the democrat! a strong con-
gressional candidate In every district,
and In some cane* several of them
Gerlach Is the first democrat to an-
nounce In the Second district, although
• ' It has been expected that former Con-
Outhrle, March . 14,-Tbe latest gres.man Elmer L Fulton of Okla
demonstration of the effect on the homa City would again make the race
public of the injunction recently issued this year
In 8t Louis by Judge Hook pervcntlng Gerlach halls fnmi the same town as
t ie State Corporation Commission form r„Dgressman Dick T. Morgan, repub-
enforclng its freight rates and the two Mean. who now represents the Second
cent passenger fare, is the new tariff district, and Is partlclarly strong in
on caol that went into effect on the N'othwestern Oklahoma, where Morgan
8anta Fe system on the 10th of this is also supposed to have his greatest
month. strength. He should have little dif-
Evermhere the rate in now higher faulty In defeating Morgan in his home
Our Guarantee Is the Cash and Clean assets.
Surplus 10,000 00
Stockholders Liability 50,000.00
Off StokteAti an mm Mr Tn MiHka Mian. «•
SMIaMar aotfi ins ifcai Fifty Tkanaaf Mtars. «• an kam tot*
tan af nr NMiei ripriliss if ika Vvtfs flaaaaUI onlHaas.
United States, County and'City Depositary
First National Bank
We PAY 4 PER CENT. ON CERTIFICATES OP
and in more cases, tne Increase In
DON'T BE STINGEV.
a ticket to the Firemen’s Ball
and by so doing show the firemen you
are a good fellow. They want to
raise money to go to the firemen’s
county. A native of Illinois, he has
freight causes a raise of more than had experience farming a homestead
11.50 per ton. The extremely high |„ Western Kansas and punching cat-
Increases are on the Panhandle line of tie In the Texas Panhandle before he
the Santa le where the raise Is ft.15 jcanie to Oklahoma He landed in Wood- convention at Tulsa. Everybody buy
per ton at Alva, increasing gradually to ward the day the Cherokee Strip was a ticket and come out and enjoy your-
$1.40 at Woodward and $1.6.> at Good- opened, September 15, 1893, estab- self for once. 163-3t.
win. What the increase Is at other j Hshed * a bank and a big mercantile ( a
establishment, with which he has
points is indicated by the raise of To
cents in the rate to Ponca City, 50 cent connected ever since.
The vote this week shows that the
interest is growing, the two leading
contest ants each getting 2330 votes,
those that are holding their votes, we
wish that they would put some of
them in the coming week, so the job
of counting will not be so heavy the
Now is the time to get busy and
make things interesting for the other
Come to the Woodward Bakery,
buy your bread, cakes, pies, candles,
in fact every thing good to eat, get
votes for your favorite candidate, and
you will be happy on this earth, and
go to Heaven when you die.
Remember that the contest closes
Standing of Contestants.
Miss Garnett Valentiue ........14.845
Mrs A. C. Guggin ............10,68b
Miss llatei Smith ............10.205
Mrs Huntzinger ................8,735
Miss Ruby Inman ............7.930
Mrs Cecil Charvoz ............6.045
Mrs Hal French ..............2.235
Miss Willie Wright ............2 235
Miss Lillie Franklin ..........1.045
Miss Dora Mhrlng ............2.093
Winnie Hall ..................1.965
Miss Haxel Larkin..............2.505
Bernice Wilcox ................1,825
Miss Pearl Blood ..............2.095
Alable Herron .................1.060
Miss Margaret Brewer of Supply
who has been visiting with relatives
in Stanton, Virginia, returned home
TUESDAY. MARCH, 15, 1510.
to Norman. 85 cents to Blackwell etc.
Ho, Market—2. 200, $9.5;0 1, 200, $9.-
50; 3, 165, *9.50; 4, 205, $9 60; 1. 180,
19.50; 1. 290, $9.70; 2, 95, 18.00; 2.
Wheat ................$1.02 @ 51.04
Corn......................65c ® lie
Broomeorn ..............1160 @ 1170
Cane Seed ................51-25 ewt.
Kaffir Corn ......................65c
Oats........ 50c g 65c
Barley ......................... 60c
Spcltt .......................... 60c
Alfalfa Seed............56.50 @ 55.00
Hay. baled...............$7.60 @ |10
Loose Prairie ..........56.50 <g 55
Alfalfa..................05.50 <g 55
Cane Hey ................•• @ B10
Produce. Butter ................ 20c
Eg,a ......................... 1*e
Hides. Elint ......................*«
Green Salt .................... **'
Coyote ...................... $1.00
Skunk .................75c @ t1-0®|tlon
Opossum ................50c @ 75e
Musk Rats ..............15c @ 40c
Vegetables—Sweet .Potatoee. .3c .lb.
Cabbage. 3c tb; Potatoee, 51 00 bu..
NOTICE OE REGISTRATION.
The figures for 24 prominent points
on the Santa Fe are shown in the
Destination Old Rato New Rate
What this reversal of the corpora-
Commission by the federal court
, means to the avernge citizen on this
(Item of soal alone con be figured by
anyone w hoknows how much coal he busy
in a year. It shows the justification for
a final decision in favor of the low
rates that the commission is making.
He is interested as stockholder or
from director in almost every business en-
terprise in Northwestern Okla and
the Texas Panhandle which has for
its purpose the building up of the
country. He was the organize;- and
main promoter of the Northwest Okla-
hmne Irrigation congress, being a firm
believer In the benefits of irrigation
for Western Oklahoma
i The President and Secretary of the
member, and other citizens Interested
Notice Is hereby given that all ladies
of Woodward who desire to vote in
the school election must register at
mv office before the 24th day of March.
1<»10 R. C. PRICE. City Clerk
Just received and on Exhibit in
our windows and on 2nd Floor of
Our New Building. Mothers you
should see these Dresses and
Rompers. It will save you much
GERLACH-HOPKINS MERC. CO.
"litre *1 the lest Itr LessNseey’
RECLAMATION IN OKLAHOMA.
(Editorial in Wichita Beacon )
Northwestern Oklahoma is becom-
ing anxious about the reclamation
fund to which it is entitled It is
a subject over which It should become
very anxious and it should remain in
a state of worry until the fund is ap-
EDITORIAL SNAP SHOTS.
The Alva Daily Review-Courier
published a story of Alva by Moonlight
While it may look alright at that time
lots of people would rather see it with
the moon gone down, and the lights
turned low; likewise this city.
• • • •
Some of the Rep. pn-e-rs have dis-
covered a plot by the Democrats to
‘•gerrymander’’ Oklahoma. There is
no cause for alarm: if the Democrats
can heat the efforts of the Rpublicans
in gerrymandering the state to elect
delegates to the constitutional conven-
tion. and the congressional districts,
they will have to get up early, and will
be entitled to the worm.
The most virtuous city attorney has
violated the law numerous times In
order to play politics. Why not sus-
pend HIM from office, and order an
investigation? Now that the council
has started things, and gone to sitting
as a court. let’s have them done up
lect all accounts due the said Arm
NOTICE OP REGISTRATION.
Notice is hereby given that the I
for the registration of the legal
of the City of Woodward will b« o$sp
ed at the office of the City Clerk Ml
he 24th. day of February, 1910 betWMM
the hours of nine a m. and nine p. m.
of said day and continue open bet weep
the same hours for the thirty daya west
follow ing said date.
to be present at the meeting tonight,1
when the railroad situation will come ibis 23rd day of February, 1*15
up for action That is an important
matter at this time, and delay may-
mean much for Woodward COME
OUT and be a booster.
Until the Commercial Club gets Its
fund ready the banks of the city have
agreed to take care of the nutter of
buying school books for those who are
(seal) R. C. PRICE. City Clerk.
The Taylor election law has ksn
i suspended and nil voters must riglstw
| with the city clerk in order to rot*, at
all elections la 1910.
are liver and bowels sometime*;
unable to supply those burned in the, to balk without cause. Then tkere’n
fire of last week. This is a spirit! trouble- Loss of Appetite- IndigeeOem.
show n by these institutions that is j Nervousness. Despondency, He
commendatory, but the banks of Wood-
ward are always there with the goods
whenever an emergency arises
The Woodward Progressive Club
will meet tomorrow evening at 7:30
o'clock All members are urgently
(requested to be present as important
business will come up (or consideration
And especially all members of com-
J. R. DEAN. President
But such trouble fly before Dr.
New Life Pills, the world's best Bk»
ach and Liver remedy. So easy. 2Se aft
J. W. Swarthout.
Mrs. C. B. Cozart and Mrs. Brov-n
entertained eighteen ladies at Six
Hand Euchre yesterday afternoon in
honor of Mrs. Ira Eddleman. Mrs.
Abbott won first prize and Mrs. Hep-
| ler the lone hand prize. Dainty re-
ireshtnents were served
plied. An Oklahoma citizen, writing ;i">*ing; to mislead the council, and the
to the Beacon, says:
"Irrigtaion in the
zens have asked the city council for
additional street lights in the residence
districts, hut »e understand that the
able i?) city attorney advises that the
citv cannot contract for them. We, , . .. .
' .. .... iof the city He left on the afternoon
would suggest that the honorable city |
• e.% ' n t ,\* rv.
attorney put in as much time looking
up the law for the city, as he does In
Fred Galusha. with the Western
We understand that numerous citi- **wsPaPer 1 n'°n °f Wichita, was in
the city today, looking after business
matters for his firm. This was Mr.
Galusha's first visit to Woodward, and 1
he was agr-eably surprised at the evi- |
dence of prosperity and permanency
ALL KINDS OF DRAY
AND TRANSFER WORK
Phone 212-Bob Yoakum. Props
train for points west.
counties of Oklahoma would quadruple
their annual production.”
Is It not worth while to make four
bushels of com, wheat, potatoes and
apples grow where but one bushel
grew- before* Is it not worth getting
anxious about and asking why the
money available for irrigation purposes
is not applied at once as was intended?
The Irrigation or reclamation fund
that can be drawn on for Irrigation
purposes in the new state is said to
total 6 million dollars. Oklahoma con-
tributed this sum to the reclamation
fund It may he Oklahoma's fault or
the fault tnay lie elsewhere but it is
a fault nevertheless that It is not ap-
plied Immediately to the work for
which it was voted
Oklahoma is abundantly prosperous
now but Its possibilities have not been
exhausted. Its already great crops
can be made better by scientific irri-
gation. The meaning of irrigation to
the eight northwest counties of the
state cannot be estimated. Irrigation
is the last thing needed. Now that it
has been provided there remains only
the need to apply it.
The prosperity of Oklahoma means
greater prosperity for the adjoining
states and nearby cities. Prosperity
cannot be kept at home. The surplus
grain, fruit and vegetables which Okla-
homa produces now and the Increased
surplus It will produce under irriga-
tion will overflow Into Kansas and to
A GOOD TIME.
, . .. . ___ K ... To look up that last summer's Pan-
people who pay the taxes may be able r
,, .. ’ . . . ama. or soft hat, is right now. We
to get light on the dark spots. There ....
. . . <> . a,«in can clean and reblock same and your
is plenty of law to sustain the council .
, . j,., . |. l. hat is ready for another summers
In putting in additional lights, if the .. .. . . |
, ._. ...... wear. Don t throw away an old hat •
city attorney will only look it up and ..... ... . . ..
. . ... without first consulting us about it.
correctly advise them. But perhaps'
it requires all the city funds left on 1 h,,n,? *
hand to pay that raise in the marshal s '
j E. R. FULLER, Prop. tll'/i Main.
• OOO ' ®
^ ! H. G. Phillips* cxpsrt piano tuntr
The News-Bulletin says the Demo- ^ tJ)||# of Oklahoma City,
oral man is a liar That expression ;w||| b# if) Woodwardi Monday, and
sounds so familiar and refined that we w||, unt|| al| hig old patrona
congratulate the NB on its editorial
' |the market* of Wichita.
ability. However, when "tts ability"
gets so emphatic, It Is time to look to
see what it Is trying to hide. Not-
withstanding the very emphatic and
altogether ungentlemanly assertion of
the NB the Democrat stated only the
facts. That one or two others were
present does not do away with the fact
that it was a Republican conspiracy
formed to throw discredit upon Demo-
cratic officials, even if Democrats did
help the matter along. The thing was
sprung on them so suddenly that It
looked plausible, and had they voted
against the farce the NB would have
howled again that the “administra-
tion" was protecting law violaters.
Anyway, we are willing to stake our
reputation along with those who
exude such chunks of "erudition" from
the hyphenated shop back of the post-
Miss Minnie Stout, of Shattu- k. is
here visiting with her sister, Mrs. T
are satisfied. At Central Hotel.
NOTICE FOR PAYMENT OE DOG
Notice is hereby given that all dog
tax for the year of 1910 are now due
and must be paid on or before the 21st
day of March, 1910. After that date I
all dogs upon which tax have not been '
paid will be impounded.
Dated this the 9th day of March.1910.1
E. L. ROBERTS,
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF CO-
The Order tfi»
Will organize at
Charter fee. $5 00
Dues, per month, 50c
Sick benefit, $5 per week
Accident benefit $5 per week
Death benefit, $100.00
Physician furnished to mem-
The Owls meet every Tues-
day night in Eagle hall
until further notice.
Come and bring your friends
C. W. STANTON,
The co-partnership heretofore exis-
ting between Peter Martinson and John
Raynor, under the firm name of Mar-
tinson t Raynor has this day by mut-
ual consent been dissolved. Peter
Martinson will continue the business,
and pay all obligations of the old firm
of Martinson A Raynor, while John
Raynor, the retiring member will col-
to make room for our Immense
spring stock, we are offering
all now on nand at
20 Per Ceil Discaaat
Our line is most complete. Come
now and get the pick of pat-
P. 0. BOOK STORE
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