Woodward Dispatch. (Woodward, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, May 16, 1902 Page: 3 of 6
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WOODWARD DISPATCH, MAT !«.
■star Cm Thh Oat
flnt cause of mock ill health. Young
•ad old vwy often an mitering from
w»*l» • mothor thinks it is
something elm. Remember, * Tory
Jwnlem, jot always effective, remedy
for stomach, tape or pin worms, ka
25 cent bottle of Mothers’ Worm
CASTLE GARDEN ITEMS.
. or naytLng of that sort*”****1’ * <**W*4e two woks before the
ana Unit fading fool Bat I will aur ha is rackleJ ia the C0Bve,,tk>B’ “* to be second in the
e ignorant sad prood; om of his voeabulaj and oraa- r*®® 40 10 “* •** a man as
"“'to himself with the derii’s J ^ Crom makes aw feel
Think, hot any nothing
Master this object to the letter,
i 1PM makes yon feel worse
Yon most any, I feel bettor;
Yoa mast practice deception,
It does yoa more good,
It will giro yoa protection,
And it sounds better.
- * *|SSS£3
^ #“ ‘i4!® coort that practiced thtt “y •on’ who «■ now attending
**** ^“to law class in George-
And Withheld just conrictioa, town Uni?ereity. was and ia the pri-
M ■« th* .toji «M 0.1, how JUi. kw MmJm???- N**1 “
«*v ww, preme is oar Uw; how obewLl 7^?., . ”*• bot toy oaawer
I win not my of him be is a thief the strictest letter, ** to aU the charges will be in the laa-
For now I know better; ’ Tkep® wort of truth ia this JJ?® v ?* ,“atchle“ otatement
eill only say he happened alon? but I a® told to talk this way. °* New York: I am a democrat’'
tv. Because dignity demands It .J.J Mr. Chaim *
And, now as
Mr. Dudley Bucket, a new settler
some 6 miles ap the river on this side
is haring a serious tana with Pbeo-
tohioned farm like visit at the mi. This wav of tellW thinM_____j And as to the man that got mv labor B**«ary during the coming eam-
™ .wmj ana mr. roster and «• cow wanted to follow him, and aounds betkr s 11 .v" , —“ \,ara “toated
family, enjoyed Sunday ia an old he let her; fatter. that I can devote all of my time if
fashioned farm like visit at the reel- This way of tolling things are fnnd A°d “i° that got my labor during the coming eam-
dence of Mr. and Mrs. Bunch. But people wut it iold inthJi I fato to work for the democratic
‘ service whenever
promised much wanted. I cannot make long sneech.
letter. I m nil • a___
Mr. J.mea of C, « „ WoJ ta
ward Monday, aim Mr. W. M. Nichol- And to the man that stole my timber 1 wUI onl* taf that he promise!
son came down to work for Mr. Lan- I will not call him a low dowil , but ,#U ^ in the letter, I es on account of a rhml. Tv”".
'?'*'** i v«»sr
No. 6 achool hows ni blow, on, 1 ““b?t'ri. . I And dupotod m, tWe^Tth.
iSLESri ital TZzSit ^ T 1« «*
trict. white ooljowp.™ « * «■* MM Ml m., si, h. te . o, «,
interested from the went side. All And as to the men that an *>»»«»ging of his abaters, j
others being grand-pas, grand-mas, n f®* bIock»deing the roads, This will not be the whole truth but
and bachelors. Delaying our growing, *t will be nicer and up-to-date
- _.___ , I Upsetting our loads; and it will sound better.
lodations in twTMMtT^hy^t 1 * k * ** A“d IfX" * h*PpeM that 1 K»t on
a have a hridm ****** tv. 11____' . ... ’
moaations ia this county, why can’t or a Uw breaker ’ a whk ppena tnat 1 «®t i
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gat to the cemetery with a corpse if truth,
the river was up. But it will be worm
Tbs Duty of Pmnh,
Prevention is better than core, and
yat a remedy like Gooch’s Mexican
Syrup for coughs, colds and consum-
Dtlon. if not natal fn -------
J- H. Maxcy.
»T A C. WITT
0, Oklahoma dear,
0, land so fair and bright:
The sister states do hair
Your plea for statehood's right
And each your plea would heed,
And all for you would ataad;
But party pride and grand.
Doth bind both foot and hand.
to the pteBc
Ption’ by curing acc^h or cSdtaL,. fome f®^
the beginning, can be depended on to Thla !* a way of sifting the truth m
even cure after the lungs begin to 80UD<^ better,
waste away. No other remedy m so
nice to take or no quick to' cure, and
many families often buy a new bottle
before the old one is all used up, so
that they may have it always In the
house. Only 16 neats at Mug stores.
u noi ten ner that I p„m ...
}«t some harmless, mild, family A ~°°5h the J°nngest child—
hostetter, ^ The foster children bared—
M it will b. i. Kcort with' ..r ”” “ ‘*J-J
tortsrn way of confessing faults,
And as to the man that visitited my $°UDde beWer*
chicken house and carried off my Should any one demonstrate and want
t ^ T ,t0 46,1 the whole truth to
I will not call him bad names nor set “
up a howl, I wj -nu persuade them taat
ojnp ior cougns, colds and contain-1 • 5**^ be happened to gat . fa***hood is much better;
ption, if not used to prevent consnm- ,nt° m7 r^mt Md *°* 8t*>ck on 11 “ the fashion of the day endorsed
ption by curing a cough or cold inL. f°me ,eathen* ^ te«chers, professors, men of
------ ... learning and letters,
Kansu City, Mo., May 14,1902.
The Commercial Club of Kansu
City will visit Woodward next weak,
vT171^?4 p‘ ®** 00 Thursday,
May 22nd., and departing at 2;00s.
nv, on Friday, May 23rd.
I hupa that bateau is prosperous
with you and prospects the fast
_ . B. B. Tbachcnor,
Representing the Tbeuehenor-
ButherKer Engraving Co., of Kuos
City, Missouri. j
that stole my I
course truth is mighty bot it I
often hurts our neighbors feel-
ing* and we Bhould know better,
And u to
fence, T--'I “«■>*« snouid Know better,
I will not say of him he is a mD„ W* wa“4 live in peace and must
int irjb, IXtHnb E“te,> it ■•"•a. bet
I will only tMnk aad suggest I
That the posts jumped into his waggon
and the harfwwl m,i**_____
—A. 0. ANDERSON.
’ t~,“’ Ju™pea into us waggon I Th. ruk, du
•nd tbs barbed win caught in! « , .. ***** **»
his clothes; I Judge Maxey hu addressed the fol-
Tbis will be s falsehood to tbs very Iowin*le44er 40 «>• chairman of the
_ to4®** congressional campaign
which will be read with pleasure and
pride by every democrat:
wui not uy or him that caused To chairm“ of the democratic
ij faf »«**, I- ooogressional campaign committee.
He tb*4Fnthi* *°so jotofaople’s pri- £ Oklahoma City, 0. T.
wT* “d p-M°ed ‘Wr^BAB Sib:
At the convention held at Enid on
But my friends want me to talk this
wgy because it ssgnds better.
will not uy of him that canned
mhlA nntta * *• »*
adapt, dude re-utta,
Of courta that statement ia lame and
ue intended to oonoeal the truth
toonon it aoaads better.
wio cunvenuon Held at Enid on
the 22nd of the mouth my old friend
Bill Crou was made the nominee for
congreu, defeating other good and
%ue democrats aad able atatoamea.
me roster children bared
"ocociooa, you are styled,
The good you are pressing hart
Your sturdy sou are brave,
Your daughters all are fair
Though greed would dig agrs’ve,
You, yet this crown sfall wear.
The older girls and boys,
And thirteen parents dear
lour growing strength annoys.
Your rapid strides they fear.
You will not stay behind,
You may not reach the top;
The others soon shall fad,
Your program naught can stop
And when our country called
“Ofa stepped forth,
No*?k- their conrage stalled,
Full well they proved their
In war, or halls of state,
You honor well your name;
Whatever shall be your fote
You'll fight your way to fame.
A J«nd of homes thou art,
Where free men till the soil*
In every trade and part,
Your sou and daughters toil.
You help the world to dress,
You help the world to feed;
You strive, mankind to bless.
Dear child, yoor help we need.
We know you to be true;
Indeed, we wish you well:
The fate in store for you.
The future, yet mut tell
Here’s what’s next.
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Kellogg, O. R. Woodward Dispatch. (Woodward, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, May 16, 1902, newspaper, May 16, 1902; Woodward, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc848489/m1/3/: accessed October 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.