Woodward Daily Democrat (Woodward, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 145, Ed. 1 Monday, February 21, 1910 Page: 1 of 6
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Woodward Daily Democrat
THE WOODWARD DAILY PISPAYCN
$1.00—Starts Aa Accsaal Here
AsV any of your friends who have
money iii tlie tank if it i»hvh t«» wive.
You will Hud that ten out of twelveof
them started with a small deposit
CONE TO THIS BANK AND OPEN
YOUR ACCOUNT TODAY
Thg first depeelt may be as rawM ••
•ns tolls*, bet one* •tsrtto. yrar to-
count will *rew. much to your eetle-
faction as wall aa sera. We irahe It
•asy for you to have money In tba bank
-me holy yea sauo.
ompovromm pmormormo •* rum omPorntroPB
mummmmrv runs op thk btatb op Oklahoma.
COUNTY AND OMTf DKNOBITANY.
THE QERLACH BANK,
* a v
‘ICE TO tCRIPY HOLDERS,
or I* hereby given to all holder*
K. IV HaU Building Script, that
must be presented to the New
Bank for payment and cancella-
,t a* early date a* may be poo
Notice I* also given that In-
on any of ouch script will cease
the dute of publication of thl*
in some newspaper,
jrder of the K. P. Lodge. Wood
Oklahoma. No. I*,
this lath day of February.
published In the Hally Democrat
1Mb. day of February. 1*10.
C. B. YOUNO,
O. W. 8TOHY,
orrow will be tag day for the
Dinner. If you hnve purchased
leket, have It with you all day.
le first tag girl yon find will
tag on you and yon will be mo-
no more. Unless you wear
>u will hnve lo buy one or run
untlet at every corner.
A SOILED LINING.
ir coat, veai or trousers will
ur clothing. You can avoid this
ring them cleaned by Tho Pant-
Our machine cleaning does
loroughly and positively does not
the garment. Phone 124.
PULLER, Prop. 9131/, Main.
two years. The announcement wa*
made In a telegram to J. J. Hartnett,
commercial agent for the road In Okla
homa City Saturday afternoon.
The commodities which will be af-
fected are cement, lime, asphalt,
brick, atone, sand, gravel, petroleum,
and Its products, and grain and it*
products, hay. lumber, cotton, cotton-
seed. and cotton and cottonseed
products and coal.
Tariffs containing the Increase will
be seal to the agents at the stations
in Oklahoma as soon as possible, the
rates becoming effective Immediately
The increase is made under protec-
tion of the recent decision of Federal
Judge Hook of 8t. l>mla in granting
an Injunction against the corporation
commission from enforcing the rates
which they had placed in effect, or
the two-cent fare, a part of the atate
J. H. Johnston, of the Oklahoma
Traffic Association, In speaking of
the announced increase Saturday af-
ternoon, asserted that rate* In Okla-
homa had been reduced practically
half by the corporation commission
Should the old rates be placed in
effect It would amount to an Increase
of practically 100 per cent.
Local representatives ofthe Santa
Fe have not received notice of an In-
tended Increase by that company. The
Frisco and Rock Island can not make
Increases without permission of the
E CENT FARE AND OLD
'EIGHT RATE TO RETURN
three-cent passenger fare will
iced in operation on all lines of
Issourl. Kansas and Texas rail-
n Oklahoma within the next two
he same lime a general Increase
freight rates will become ef-
? Insofar as the commodities np-
ilch the corporation commission
stabllshed rates during the put
The fellow who hat more lo aall
than he finds It necessary to hoy Isn't
complaining very muck at the high
cost of living. The nu who haa nail
labor or skill and whoso labor and
skill are underpaid. Eads the rapidly
increased cost of living mighty hurdoa
The man with the breakfast bacoa to
sell can stand the high cast a< living
fairly welt so king u be gets 31 cents
a pound for bacoa that he sold for ton
cento a pound any, twelve years ago.
Fur the farmer who gets 3t cento a
pound for butter for which ho re-
ceived then but 14, Eads a Oliver lin-
ing in whatever cloud there may he
on the boriaon of hia experience. He
gets <4 reals where he used to re-
ceive 44 for hla potatoes, which helps
him out some when'be pays 9145 for
Hour that formerly cost him Eh cento.
Krooouiir theories laid down by the
college professors and employed ns
stock arguments by the politicians,
easily become the laughing atock of
the family household and the market
The Dwner of the cottage home
with nothing to sell but hla skill and
Industry, finds that he la actually pay-
lug for the necessaries of life Increased
prices all the way around and on some
of the necessaries of life as high as
100 per cent. Increase over price* of
J3 years ago. In at least oae item u
reported officially, the increase has
tieen 140 per cent.
Children in the schools all over the
country where the poorer claasea are
in evidence are being taken from the
schoolroom and the playground to be
put Into the mills and factories or
Man finally Allow* HI*
Name to to Utod aa Candidate
John J Oeriach of tbla city has at
tut pennilled his name to be used a*
a candidate for norm from the sec-
ond Oklahoma District, and hia friends
here who hare been urging him for
several months put, are elated that
they have succeeded la getlng an an-
nouncement from Mr Gerlath. Mr
Ueriarh to one of the old timers In
this county, and has alwaya been a
stalwart democrat, and having friends
all over the dlstrk-t. as well as all
over the state, they feel that he can
beat "two-dollar" Dick in a walk.
We are glad that this anion haa
been taken, na we announced a long
lime ago, that It was the opinion that
the man who opposed Morgan rhould
come from Woodward The whole
ditlrlct has been only awaiting Mr
Gerlarh’s announcement to pull off
Its coat and go to work In a fashion
that will chill the marauw In Dick T'i--.
bones. Dick T. is one of the light
weights In CoOEress. and has cut such
a small figure that he has to point wilh
pride that he resides in WoodwarJ, ns
evidence that he has been down In
Washington ooce, and wants lo go
With Mr. Gerlacb lo represent thl -
district, we will kgve » real eargress-
man again, not a long-winded speaker
Our Guarantee U the Cash and Clean aaeete.
Vi at M* tastaat tapmWu d it 1.1
Surplus 10,000 00
Stockholders Liability 50.000.00
•a smtMfcn an mt aa Tm MiWas Min. ii
SMMfcr oat Ins Hu Fitly TUtasd N
mi d m ndnas rtprilus d Hi Wirifi DunW nMn.
United States, County andiCity depositary
First National Bank
Wn PAY 4 PEN CENT. ON CERTIFICATES
I published by permission for cam
pressed Into home service to meet the I paign purposes! but a man who will
conditions imposed by this selfish, un , do “>« "*k ‘ha‘ lt' of“* d,v
controlled scramble fur vantage. trict will want done. Ha a " t 1
It Is nn Incident of these conditions democrat all the time, and not an n
that 14,044 children in Chicago alone, "urgent at home and a standpatter
as reported not by a aensatlonal when at the capltol. Witlr Mr. her
pres*, but by a level-headed city super- ■»<■*> A* * candidate, the democracy <>
Intendent of schools, based cn inveetl- th" second district will go e or.
gallon—haven't enough to eat. Five pvscpie confident of a sweeping victory
thousand children in the city of Chlca A large number of Mr. .tr ue s
go alone who are In attendance on friends gathered at the court louse
tho public schools, according to the Saturday night and presented him with
same authority, are underfed, u * petition signed by all c es o
show n by thefr physical condition and I l>eople urging him to become a candl-
an Investigation of their home aur-idate, and a committee was uppo n e<
roundings to 0o*,ar wlth blB1 ,"da!,• at whUh
These plain illustrations from only time he made known his Intention "f
ode of our great title. In the middle accepting the call to arms of hi. hono-
ur a bard winter ought to reach the people and get In the race Nr Oer
hearts of a humane, Christian people Inch says he expect, toi conduct hIs
What Is prosperity? Is It making campaign along business lines, and will
multi millionaires or Is It a wide and make no personal attacks on any other
generous distribution of fair conditions candidates, either in his own part!> or
which make for the general happiness In the party opopaed to m, nn. *
Of a people? be wlU ask all hU friends to refrain
The evolution of right Ideals and from anything of the sort,
standards of prosperity must go on,| While Mr Gerlacb has permitted the
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1110.
Mope—3, 1*5. 6 97.*0; 3, 17*. 6
17*0; 1, 220, £ fh.OO; II, 2o:> ft
IN.10; 1. 224, ft $a.»0; 1, 144 Q 97.40.
6. 1*5 fl 9* oo
Wheat— .......... 91.00
Ear Corn— ...................go
Broomcorn ........... 9190. 9 912*
Cans Eosd—............. 91.25 ewt
Kaffir Com— .................60
Oats—..................5o ft .55
Buttar—20 to 25c. lb.
Produce—Kgga, l*c dot ; Chickens.
Hay—Haled..........97 00 ft >s 00
Loose, Prairie, ........ 95.50 0 .9650
Cane Hay..................... lb.no
Vegetables—Sweet Potatoes, 2c. lb
'abhage, 2c: Potatoes. 91 00 bn.
sou. and Mlsa McNeil, a(
I have an improved 39 Ml Pi*
mllea west at town; hewaa, bm
fruit trees and iik-ntly at moot
a flue poultry farm; will toll
144-3tx l’|K>oe 21* blue. C. W.
Hide*—Flint, 10c.: Oreen Salt, 7H , ...
to 9; Coyote. *1.00 to 92.50; Skunk.'*0 to ,he B dc of lh*
>.75 to 91.00; Opossum, 50c to (1.00;
Musk Rats, 15c. to 40c.
and livery stables must remove all
loose hay and tracli trorn .round lh. > Welgleln,
yards and stables. All brier chimneys'Alexander, Herod,
needing repairs abould be ..ticuded to Alexander, Herod,
at once, snd where It Is n eessary to
build or rebuild a chimm v, the ma-
terial must he of brick anu good mor-
tar, and should he built from the
ground, and not in.in Bo-us, beams.
Joists or brackets. You ure not al-
lowed to build uny flue of sheet Iron
or tin where the same pasi-.-s through
a floor, wall or roof. Heating stoves
should he placed at leas' fourteen
Inches Iron, the aall, and two feet If
possible, and the wall protected by
an Iron or tin shield or ventilator.
We.-ds and grass must be c leared from
all lots, both used and vacant, as from
now on they will be dangerous as a
lire risk, and Is Improves the appear-
ance of the town. All alleys muat be
kept clear of all boxes, wagon* or
other obstruction* that will hinder
the work of the firemen. The hone
truck must have right of way at all
times. When the. alarm whittle
sounds, all wagons and vehicle# must
streets, and ped-
. NtoptoR Rost entertained
a. ft. girt* with a few __
of a J spy seat
• with mammoth _
I Jam ornament* la **
ware decorated with
Jap faaa, baton* and parawto. which
gave • .(Mat astortaining effect
Whiat warn played throughout Ika
evening, Mrs Comgtoa and KeteBe
g|g|a I nett red highest acre sad
cut fur lh* dhkb prtae. Mrs. Cumpua
getting it: « lovely Japanese lady
la watar colors, gad Mabel Vaa
miniature Japaaeee Mr. alto dooe la
Mrs. Thompson re-
calved the gtoat prtto: • dhtaa hang-
ing vase, and Mr* Md. Hamblin, the
consolation, a small MaRM burner
lunch was served at a Into bmw and aU
departed, voting Mm Rato g most
Thaw present vara:
Compton, Yoeag. Btmsas Charvos,
Misses Welglsta, Etolla Rsatti, Vaa
Meter. Getomar, Coatoa Beatto. The
guests were: Mesdamaa Abbott. Boll,
Turnbull, Msafer, Hepktr,
whether the lords of industry like It
or not.—Oklahoma City Times. (Rep.t
A marriage license was issued to
L. T. Jennings, age 51 and Elsie J.
Morgan, age 17, both of Gage, and
they were married by Judge O Bryan.
A marriage license was Issued to
J. R. Appleby of Mutual and Maggie
Bingham of Hackberry.
That ''nutty" flavor found In the
whole cocoanutB can be had If you in-
sist on getting THE ALTON GOODS
Cocoanut in 10c. packages.
use of his name In connection with
the nomination for congress, he also
states that a little later he will give
"IN BAD” WITH THE MACHINE. j*he people a formal anno“n"m'“*
When the republican party gels “iu I covering the issues that pro a
had ' with the republican press, there come Into the campaign, ami hi* ypl»a
are those who say the pres* Is "In bad "Ion them,
with the party.
There la a difference you know.
Note the independent attitude of every
republican dally paper In the state.
The Tulsa World. Bartleaville Enter-1
prise, McAlester New* Capitol, Bnld
Eagle. Muskogee Phoenix, Lawton |
News-Republican, and score* of week-
There 1* a reason: No republican I
newspaper In the state can awallow f
w hat the machine organization ex-
pect* of It. and maintain Ita self-res-
pect and keep out of the hands of the
The people of the state are In a I
majority over the politicians and the I
newspapers have sense enough to I
know It the politicians don't- there's
the difference. Oklahoma City Times, j
estrlans must keep out of Ita way or
take the consequences. Call at the
fire station and get a card showing
the fire district In which you «•
give that number to central, saying
plainly so that there will be no mis-
take, Fire at No. -." Keep cool
KC* III ’
all store buildings, hotels or other ap* —* *** ******
public buildings in the city. Also that ’
all packing boxfi must be stored in a Chief of Fire Dept
safe place as far away from the build J AS. E. SNOW, chairman Fire and
ing* as possible. That the feed yards I Police Committee.
Notice In hereby given that all park-
ing material, hay. paper* or any other
combustible or Inflammable material
must be removed from the premises of
The Order ef**
Will organize at
Charter fee, $5 00
Dim. per month, 50c
Sick benefit, $5 per week
Accident benefit $5 per wetk
Death benefit. $100.00
Physician furnished to OMfO*
meet every Tuss-
,>t in. EerId hB»
wsm* further notice.
Com and bring your frienda
C. w. STANTON,
[ Cattle Ihf Hjtcl : >
LADIES the 1910 SPRING
jgg| Tailored Sails
Shirt Waisis and
Of Spring Material* are
Coming to us Daily
Came and see
NOTICE OP ANNUAL BTOCKHOLD-1
Notice is hereby given that the
stockholders of the WOODWARD IN-
TERVRBAN RAILWAY COMPANY,
will meet In annual session at the
office* of aaid company in the city of
Woodward, on Monday, the 29th. day
of February, 1*10, for the annual elec-
^on of officers and for the tranaac-
JCn of all such other business as may
legally come before It.
(Signed) J. H. SPURLOCK
W. A. PYNE. President.
and all kinds
“Mail Order” Stationery
. . FOR 1910 ..
EVERY MAN WHO WRITES A LETTK9I SHOULD USE PRINTED STATION-
ERY. IT SHOWS GOOD TASTE AND BUSINESS JUDGMENT, AND MAKES A FAV-
ORABLE IMPRESSION ON THE ONES YOU ARE CORRESPONDING WITH, PRO-
VIDED YOU USE GOOD GOODS RIGHTLY PRINTED. POOR PAPER AND POOR
PRINTING, OR NO PRINTING AT ALL IS EXPENSIVE AND UNSATISFACTORY AT
ANY PRICE. AND GIVES THE IDEA THAT YOU ARE A “CHEAP JOHN."
THE DEMOCRAT JOB DEPARTMENT
IS AS WELL EQUIPPED At RAW, GEARRUCK A CO, BARNYARD A CO,
STATE PREVARICATOR, OR ANY OTHER PRINT SHOP, RIG OR LITTLE.
PRICES ARE AS CHEAP AS YOU CAN BUY GOOD STATIONERY FOR
WHERE, Afto YOU CAN SEE A PROOF BEFORE THE JOB IS PRINTED.
YOU SEND AWAY, NO PROOF IS SUBMITTED. AND IP THERE llAN ERR®R^
IT STAYS AN ERROR UNTIL THE SHIPMENT IS USED UP. fA»H0V'
ITS PACE THAT IT IS “MAIL ORDER WORK."
ONE O'CLOCK DINNER.
Mr*. T. Yarrow entertained a num-
ber of young i>eople at 1 o'clock din-
ner. Sunday In honor of her daughter] 56080CfC8C80K
Miss Mary, It being her birthday an
niversary. After dinner, the young
people enjoyed a pleasant social hour.
Those who enjoyed the treat were:
Mlases Ooldle Blaylock, Haxel 1-arklu,
Mary Day, Cla,ra Russau and Florence
Gahne, Messrs. John Miller, Bruae
Campbell and Chauncey Miller.
to make room for our Immense
spring atock, we are offering
all now on nand at
, 2G Per Celt Dieceaftt
Our line la moat complete. Come
now and get the pick of pat-
P. 0. BOOK STORE
Here are Some Prices for Neatly Print.d Stationery
EVERYTHING FURNISHED 3Y US
LADIEB OF WOODWARO.
•K RAG ENVELOPES,............ 250. (L25.
CHEAP GRADE ENVELOPES,........... “ L00.
LETTER HEADS, BEST ROND PAPER, .. “ 1.25.
LETTER HEADS 12 LB. RULED STOCK, . “ L00.
NOTE HEADS, S'/ikS'/a. ................. “ L00.
NOTE HEADS, 9x9, SAME PRICES.
If you want Mail-Order-Stuff brint us a Samole of whst you are u*m<. ^ * biU
of the expren charts you paid, sod WE tflLt DUPLICATE THEH»C_
GERLACH-HOPKINS MERC. CO.
»N*n *1 Weld Uf UMNMey''
Transfer A Storage
You are acquainted with the merit*
of the guild* put out by the California
Perfume Co, a* a further Induce-
ment, they oEor flve per cent, of your
purchase la caeh to your church or
charitable aoclety. Thle means a big SOB YOAKUM, Mgr,
thing tn the couree%f a year Will ALL KINDS OF HAULING, DRAY-
be glad to take your order at the I AGE AND STORING.
Unlog Pacific Tea House. In Moon PROMPT SERVICE—
building- Phone 281 green. 145 It. I -COURTEOUS TREATMENT.
MRS. CORA ATW1LL, Agent. 1 PHONE SH-
IP YOU ARE A BIG USER OP 8TATI
WHAT YOU WANT, AND WE WILT, MAKE
WORK. , FT
SPECIAL TO FARMERS: WE Wll,L
MERCIAL NOTE HEADS AND 100 XXX I"1
DER. THIS IS AS CHEAP AS YOU CAM
HEADS WILL SE NEATL
asusr- may k *h advice
SEND YOU* ORDER TODAY. TOROBRO* THERE HAY » *" "
THE DEMOCRAT PRINTING OFFICE
Woodward, - Oklahoma.
} iu NK PAPER. ThB ■
ANO THESE PRICES may BE ■
PTHERE MAY IE AN ADVANCE I
I1NTING OFFICE I
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