Woodward Dispatch. (Woodward, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 41, Ed. 1 Friday, November 30, 1900 Page: 2 of 5
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PUBLISHKT WEEKLY BY
BAM I ktLim
Enter* I at the Woodward Part Otfkr m
The man who walk* sees moat of
the real beauty of the world.
Don’t fail to give the Mother-in-law
credit for the stitches she puts in
Whiskey or c ted it must be Retting
scarce, as DeLisle has been riding on
the "merry go round." here of late.
Alexander will spend more adver-
tizoing himself than he will get out
of his job. He would make an intel-
The great secret of success is the
laying by a nest egg, and adding to
your little store, never spending more
than-vou make and being strictly eco-
nomical.—C. 1*. Huntington.
The re-organization of the Demo-
cratic party should be by Democrats,
and not by men who bolted the party.
As long as we bolters take part in
the organizing and management of
our party, just that long we may ex-
Under the promise of prosperity,
all the Texas editors who are eligible
are committing matrimony. From
the present outlook the epidemic may
extend over a portion of Oklahoma,
however, it will not effect any of the
The Chinese are now bringing up
proof that they discovered America
1,000 years before the landing of
Columbus. The United States begins
to find out that she has several par-
ents, while the parents in turn begin
to realize that they have one child
that they can not control.
The recent post office robbery
which was committed at Post Office
Station H, in the Grand Central Pal-
ace, New York, is pretty good evi-
dence that there are still a few car-
pet baggers in America. The total
amount secured by the robbers is
estimated at about $40,000. The
post office department tried hard to
keep the robbery a secret.
In the year 1780, Benj. Franklin,
after a visit to England, complained
that he found even the common la-
borers of London, strutting about
and loudly demanding the reduction
of *‘our subjects in America" to
obedience and loyalty, yet, in 1783,
the British parliament passed a reso-
lution, declaring that any person ad-
vising the king to continue the war
in America shonld be considered a
traitor to the English nation. Maybe
some other country will become tired
of robbery and murder under the
guise of patriotism.
Plymouth. Pa., is a thrifty town of
8,000 inhabitants, it haa no news-
paper published in the English
Bolton, there is an opportunity for
you, where you can have it your own
way, and not have to cut prices in
two in order to get job printing.
The total number of newspapers
published in the world is, 42,800.
Mtmy Md OuMsatar,
Woodward, • Oklahoma.
Admission to the Trade Concert,
next Wednesday evening, December
5, will be: reserved seats, 35, unre-
There is a movement on foot to
The United States has 19,760, more adopt the South Carolina disjiensary
than three times as many as any other |aw jn Oklahoma. This takes the do-
nation on earth. The one having the ,«.n*ing of liquor entirely out of the
Jl 4 Woodward. Oklahoma.
* tper Haagiii ^
Leave orders at the Dispatch office.
greatest circulation is Is* Petit Jour
nal, of Paris, it has a circultion of
1,000,(KX). The one with the small-
est circulation is The Imperial Re-
view, published in Vienna, its cumu-
lation is three per day.
Under the management of 11. L.
Thomas the new K. of P. Opera
House will soon be out of debt.
Ikey is a hustler and the boys did the
right thing when they put him in
charge of the opera house.
The last engagement in which the
U. 8. figured was with Turkey.
hands of the retail dealer and places
it in the hands of the government.
Act 1. -Riley’s Parlor. Act 2.
Riley’s Kitchen. Act 3. The Ex-
cursion. Introduction of Specialties.
Time Any old time.
"Aint no use Babe”...............Jennie
"Miss Philopene”..Jennie, Kitty, Jack
, ACT II.
Dr. F. H. Racer,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
Office Irt Door East of Gty Ba :«ry,
Ihiaech English Tailor System,
MRS. O. R.'KELLOGG.
At the Mackey Projiertv. Satisfac-
R. O. YOAKUM. Pr-p.
Opposite the Dispatch office.
Poarii, ... $3.50.
,_______________________ - 4.5H.
creation, 'The Coon with the Rag- MEALS,.....25c.
time Walk." Everything FirstrClass and Satis-
Swiss Bell Ringers, In Musical Select's faction guaranteed.
V(T Woodward, Oklahoma,
The 2Uth Century Girl Lillian McDIM
The Musical Act.....Smith and Esterbrook
Americans disposed of several thou- Williams andJtuward, In their orignal j^o^m/and Loisaxo,
sand, besides numerous mince and
pumkin pies. By 6 o’clock a. m.
Thursday, |>ain killer was all the go.
In Del.isies libel suit against the
there was any loose change found in
the back room of his • office with
paper spread on the floor? Why
didn’t he say we published it without
cause or foundation? Perhaps he
didn't think his wife would get onto
this, as he said he didn’t care for
himself, but for his wife, as much as
Carlton and Campbell.....Coon Songs,
The most complete Wire Act in exis- j
tance.................Charlie Johnson ,
Alderman Gilhooley......Walter Smith
(who wants to be senator)
Timothy Riley...............Bob Carlton
The Veteran —
Cow Boy Boot
when in town give
him a call.
Be Sere to Smoke
to say he was guilty of everything Cholly Sweet..............Lew Williams :
the Dispatch was alleged to have | (one yard’s enough) j TUK BEST m THE TIRRIT0RT
charged him with, but didn’t want Herman Grossmeyer.....Harry Phelps Manufactured by
his wife to find it out, and we don’t
blame him. for we think his wife too I Washington June8.....charlie johnflon 1
much of a lady to have anything to
do with him.
We wish to call your attention to
that moral sheet, the Woodward Bul-
letin: Notice a local on the frunt ’^enn‘e .........Frankie (ampbeli
1 Kitty Riley............Lillian McDonald
page of that paper, of this week’s1 jacj. Murphey
issue, in regard to a young couple in Noro McPhte(dinners ready) * How’d
Woods county, who got married. It) Excel,ent mQgic wfn be worth
should not be allowed to go through ’ ^ ^ admis8ion ^ Wedn,S(1
^ mails. This goes to show you December 5.
how corrupt and how' immorral the
editor of the Bulletin is, showing ^ certain paper stated not long
that his mind is a cess pool for cor-1 aK° ^at ^ was ^tter to use patent
ruption and immoral thoughts. He 'ns'^e ^an ^ was t° use a stolen
should not be recognized by respec- j "Utside. This may be true, but it
table society. Would you trust your ^ both*
children in the hands of such a per- Elm Mott Texas has an air-ship
son? A child, in its sweetness and factory. 1 hey will have one in oper-
purity. Keep it this way; in order to ation by Dec. Dt. The machinery
do so. Ik* careful to whom you trust works on the same principal as the
it. ' wings of a bird. It will have a speed
Ha! ha! see that old “lorn lady” on i ^ m*'e8 P61" ^our*
The Woodward people have been
enjoying fine weather all week.
John Jarboe is having a new house
built on his property north of the
track. We have been informed that
there is to be a wedding on Decem-
third part of program. Wednesday-
evening at Trades Coneert and laugh
Jno. Turner was down from Gage
Ed S. Roberts of Persimmon was in
town this week.
Best Ice Cream in T«wn,_^
Fresh Drugs Always in Stock.
R. E. DAVIS DRUG Co.
Hanling Done to All Parts of the City.
PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS.
P* WOODWARD, OKLAHOMA
AfiMMMndtnt a nkdtrh and dmcHpUon Bar
qnlrklw Mccrtnin our opinion free whether an
••nt rraa. cfldct ttimer tor Mrortna auiunta.
Palautk taken throuch Munn A Canoeln
tpcclal notice, without charte, kn too
A handcomcfr t1hMtrmt«1 week!?. Irtnveai.«ir.
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Kellogg, O. R. Woodward Dispatch. (Woodward, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 41, Ed. 1 Friday, November 30, 1900, newspaper, November 30, 1900; Woodward, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc848549/m1/2/: accessed December 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.