Woodward County Democrat and Palace Weekly Pioneer. (Woodward, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 26, 1907 Page: 4 of 8
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and Palace Weekly Pioneer
if these men accompanied Qollmar
J| enormous show. —-The Pioneer
Times, Dead wood and Lead, S. D
Published every Thursday at Wood-
By WM. A. PYNE.
■ vimivii iv | IVUVVUa
Charles B. Young of this city re-
ceived the following letter from
-------1 Hon. F. S Monnett of Columbus,
Admitted to the mails atWoodward Ohio, former Attorney General of
16^1907 ge0°nd ClM8 matt6r' who came to Oklahoma
duri°g the recent campaign to assist
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: I ** ““ *“MO,C W H“ke"
femoTth. "• zL S*P‘ ,9’ ,M7-
Progrtw Is ths Watchword.
Refreshing is the announced
determination of the Oklahoma
City Real Estate exchange to
accept the prohibition regime as
a benefit and proceed to the car-
rying out of an elaborate cam-
paign for the development of
Oklahoma City and the new state
This view of the situation and
determined spirit of endeavor
should be adopted by every
community in the new common-
That statehood will be pro-
claimed within 60 days may be
relied upon, and that the impulse
to prosperity that will result from
the securing of a stable state
government and settled condit-
ions will discount any setback to
commercial conditions that may
result from the inauguration
ef prohibition there are many
reasons for believing, especially
when we have the word of re-
liable business men that prohi-
bition has not been damaging in
states whore there was no great
counter force to promote pros-
perity as will be enjoyed by the
That man who sacrifices either
business or property to the be-
lief that prohibition means a de-
pression of values in Oklahoma
will err seriously, while it is cer-
tain that there will be others to
step in and quickly take advant
age of his mistaken judgment
The new state of Oklahoma
presents the greatest field of
opportunity to the man of capital
and brains that is to be found in
America today, and this fact has
been extensively advertised.
With established selfgovernment
Oklahoma will progress by leaps
The state that can show to the
world an annual production of
My dear Sir:—
The early returns
m given out by the public press
warrant me in congratulating your
state committee for the splendid
work you did in the late campsign
Your five congressmen and your
seven electoral votes in the next
presidential election made this
national issue with the states and
federal government, and your ec-
onomic questions in the constitution
interest thousands of laboring men
and investigators that you have not
realized, and will be a great boon
for your new state. Again con
gratulating you, L am,
Very truly yours,
F. S. Monnett
32A acpes Land. All under fence and 70
dcreg in Cultivation, 6 acres Orchard,
2 room house, 3 GOOD Springs, plenty of timber
9 mile south and I mile east of Curtis. 160 acres
of this land will raise fine Alfalfa. Part cash,
balance on time.
JOHN. R. WADDLE.
I Hindi. Guns and Ammunition, alto Furniture. Ruga. Carpet*. Wire
Hardware, and all kinds of Shelf goods, also Wagons-
Buy Farms whit, they an still Cltrap.
O"** *' »..««*. ,„
-A-. S. «5c Co.
Rnl Estate, Farm Loans, City Property and Insurance
Opposite Corner to First national Bank.
of Woodward who was elected Corporation Commissioner for the
State of Oklahoma.
F. H. FARRINGTON.
Stenographer and Office Clerk
Call at this office.
lave you tried the new bakers foods at lie
B. F. PL/1NZ, Proprietor
Mrs- Gavenah $
• -»>now Has naw full line of fk.ll~- c j
wonu an annual production of MAR0IK
wealth m excess of $200,000,000 ATTORNEY AND
time of lfc Qrlmi'aniAH A _ A.1
AdT . Ut *zuu,uw,000
at the time of its admission to the
sisterhood of states, when its
resources are merely at the be-
ginning of development, has a
wonderful future and will sus-
tain little effect from the eradi-
cation of a traffic that produces
nothing of stable value and that I
keeps an army 0f men from pro-
Now is the hour for every citi-
zen to stand up for Oklahoma
and lend his aid to the working
out of the new state’s glorious
COUNSELOR AT LAW
ROOM 6 UKRLAt H BANK Bt'IID'fl,
V. £1. ftREER,
CITY REAL ESTATE
Office With Vosburgh Land Co.
Gollmar Bros.’ enormous show
arrived in Deadwood on schedule
time and in good order. To say
that it la big is putting it in very
mild terms. It » iminense. TLc
parade was the moat gorgeoua Been
on the BtreefH of Deadwood m many
yeant. 1 be circuH performance wan
the best ever Been in our city. One
of the main features waa that there
were no abort change men or any-
one conducting akin games of any
,nd Thia alone would juatify the
People in attending aa the people of
Lead and Deadwood are ju«t about
*t their ropes a* to Home of the fak-
irs that generally Arrive with circus-
«n thia country, but we cam glad-
ly make the at, temeut that none 0f
A. M. APPELGET.
Fir*t Door North of Court House.
N R ¥AMTIS
ATTORNEY AT LAW .a**.
Office S doors east of Democrat
WOOOWARO —:— OKLAHOMA,
tor Name in Strap
f W* *r* ov,,h*ulin« «"<l refurnishing our resteurant
Heals and Short Orders
^ any time of day or night A
Mrs. Beabout’s Restaurant
2nd Door u of Young’s Feed Yard.
r* * We want Everybody to try us *
To obtain the best appearance, the
n* "P-to-date Style and the most
t .rabla Service, the ahoa to wear is
tho Florihalm Shot.
Mott Styles, $6 & $6
A. »J. VEITS
Clothier and Furnisher
lBrin^ yQur l©rmtirt$
WM. KY0KK, SECRKTAR
------—— * * GO.
City VrtTZ L“‘“ T‘ ‘,a— W* bu-T •u<i *« L.u,i an
to m ,,’r JL a. “ '“d"*“*“'■ .ml Tern. *4 .
S4oo.otlto ,1000on JZLTZT‘b0mH' ,>rice" nBKiai!,t0'
level blare i , 1 ° "eU ,mIjr0Ted river Iwttom lands al
el black loam soil, corn an.l alfalfa land $20.00 to $30.00 per acre '
6 have 5 bargains in Relinquishments in this county $300 to $600.
MAKE FILINGS AND CONTEST PAPERS.
*ee ua before you buy. See ua before you sell
Do not fail to get our prices B-4 you buy.
Give the following CASH PREMIUMStppr-
•/5* 2nd best " •• cn
(3d " «......
_ . 50* 5 stalks of corn with best
*' 'arge ,ar,e'^ 5° cent,. REASONABLE PREMIUM on any
other product brought us. 7
'o town call on Us. 71
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Woodward County Democrat and Palace Weekly Pioneer. (Woodward, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 26, 1907, newspaper, September 26, 1907; Woodward, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc950883/m1/4/: accessed September 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.