The Week's Review (Apache, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 38, Ed. 1 Friday, May 19, 1916 Page: 1 of 4
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THE WEEK’S REVIEW
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APACHE, OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY, MAY 19. 1916.
0. E. WHITE,
J. W. PIERATT,
j. W HANNAH,
Apache State Bank
Plenty of money to loan on (food security. Ca'tle and Farm
Loans. Deposits Guaranteed.
START A BANK ACCOUNT-BE INDEPENDENT
ALMOST A TIE
IN CADDO COUNTY
Nearly 6,000 Regis-
tered with Six
Memorial exercises, in commem-
oration oi aeceased ex-soldiers,
will be held under the direction
of Apache Post G. A. R. and Cir-
cle of the Ladies of the G. A. R.
Memorial services Sunday, May
28th, at the M. E. church in
Apache at 11 o’clock, sermon by
Rev. W. I Torbert.
Memorial Day, May 30.
Decoration of graves of deceas-
ed soldiers buried in Fairview
cemetery. Procession will form
at the Christian church at 10 o’-
clock a. m. and proceed to the
cemetery. Parties desiring to
furnish flowers and wreaths for
the occasion will please deliver
them at the church not later than
9:30 a. m.
Owners of vehicles who feel in-
clined to do so are respectfully
requested to furnish same for the
purpuse of transporting parties to
and from the cemetery.
Evening exercises Tuesday May
30th, at the Presbyterian church,
beginning at 8 o’clock p. m.
1. Music by the choir.
2. Prayer, by A. R. Poe.
3. Music by the choir.
4. Reading President Lincoln’s
Gettysburg address, by Mrs. F.
5. Music by the choir.
6. Recitation by Luna Curry
7. Music by the choir.
8. Reading by Miss Briggs,
9. Address, Rev. S. L. Hogan
By order of Committee on
METHODIST CHURCH NOTES
The pastor will preach Sunday
at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. but has
been too busy to decide on sub-
jects at this writing.
The fourth number of our ly-
ceum course will be Tuesday night
May 23, a lecture by Dr. Jean L.
LaGrone, subject “The Greatest
Thing in Life—Joy.” This will be
a good number. Admission re-
duced to 25c. Children 10c.
D.\ H. B. Collins, superintend-
ent, occupied the pulpit last Sun-
day and preached a most excel-
ent sermon suitable to the occa-
sion. The Epworth League gave
each mother present a white car-
Wallace I. Torbert went our to
;he Chandler school house Mon-
day night, preaching and holding
;he third quarterly meeting for
the Cache Valley charge, substi-
tuting for Dr. H. B. Collins, who
was unable to meet the appoint-
PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES
Including this week, there are
now only three weeks of the term
remaining. School will close June
2nd. There will be three very
The regular quartelv examina-
tions will be given on Monday,
May 29th. This will give the
i teachers time in which to examine)
| the papers and makeup the record
by the end of the week. 1 he class (
~ work after the examinations will
DEMOCRATS ONLY IT AHEAD count, however. Except for some
particular classes in the high
school, all class work will continue,
Socialists Ahead of Both of which will be recorded,
Democrats and Repub- ; up to the close of the term
The summer normal will be
held at Anadarko beginning June
5 and continue four weeks. An
excellent corps of teachers has
been employed and a large atten-
dance is assured. We want you to
be one of that number. You should
plan your work early that you may
lose no time.
Those from a distance should
secure boarding places before the
normal begins. I have the names
of several who will take boarders
and will be glad to assist you in
any way I can.
C. W. Rasure, Co. Supt.
At the Presbyterian church next
Sunday School at 10 a. m., A.
N. Holler, Superintendent.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p.
m. by the pastor. You are invit-
ed to attend any and all of these
services. S. L. Hogan, pastor.
licans in 4 Precincts.
Entertained Silver Circle
Mrs. A. J. Nelson entertained
the Silver Circle at her home last
Thursday afternoon. All present
had a very enjoyable time. Fresh
strawberries and cake were served.
Members present were Mesdames
Granger, J. B. Mattoon, C. F.
Mattoon, Franklin, Skinner, Bak-
er Gudka and Smith. Mrs. Carl
Smith will entertain the club on
Thursday, May 25th.
The enteridSment at the M. E.
church Friday night was pronoun-
need by all those who attended to
have been one of the best that
Apache people have lately had the
pleasure of listening to. The
entertainment was given by Miss
McClure, of Oklahoma City, read-
er, Miss Hazel Standiford, until
recently one of the teachers in
the Apache schools, violinist; Miss
Bernice Wells, pianist; and Floyd
Brown, who sang a couple of solos
Especial praise is given Miss
Standiford’s work on the violin
This was the third number of
the M. E. Lyceum course.
Lawton Bfidly Defeated.
In a game that was too one
sided to be really interesting Sun-
day by a score of 10 to 1. Six of
Apache’s runs were made in the
first inning and there is no telling
where it would have ended had
not Hodgins, who had made a
clean home run, scoring Dayton,
Good and Kinnard ahead oi him.
stepped over third and was called
out. Two more tallies were made
in the third and then Boone, who
was pitching for the visitors,
was pulled out and “Axel” Hunt-
er was sent in. Only two runs
were made off him during the re-
mainder of the game. Lawton’s
lone score was made in the first
Next Sunday Eletcher will be
here and a good game is sure to
be on tap.
Official figures of the registra-
tion in Caddo county were brought
down from Anadarko Wednesday
by Rex Gilbreath. They were
taken from the records in the of-
fice of County Registrar Ridgell.
The vote registered is larger
than any vote ever cast in the
history of the county, a total of
5.652 being registered with the
following townships not reported:
Mound Valley, Swan Lake, Wil-
low, Hale, Banner and Doyle.
With these townships in the regis-
tration will be over 6,000. The
5.652 voters registered as follows:
Democrat 2233, Republican 2216,
An unofficial report from repub-
lican headquarters at Anadarko
from three of the missing town-
ships gives the republicans a lead
over the democrats of 1 in Mound
Valley, 2 in Doyle and 24 in Wil-
low. If this report is correct the
cppilbHcaiu have a lead of 10 ns
the county over the democrats
with only Swan Lake, Banner and
The socialists are ahead of both
democrats and republicans in the
townships of Connewango, Lone
Rock, Lincoln and North Cement.
To this, if the report received at
republican headquarters is correct,
should be added Willow with 57
socialists 55 republicans and 31
democrats. The socialists are a-
headof the republicans in four and
of the democrats in three other
The seventh and eighth grades,
under the direction of Miss
Briggs, will give an entertainment
at the opera house Friday evening
May 26. This will consist of mus-
ic and a very delightful little play-
et. A prominent feature of the
evening will be “The Great Pump-
kin Case”. This is a trial of Guff
vs. Muff which involves a very
knotty problem of property rights
The case is handled, however,
with consummate skill by judge
and lawyers. The “intelligent”
jury shows great insight and dis-
crimination between individuals
in the verdict rendered.
“Borrowing Troubled very de-
lightful and pleasing farce will al-
so be presented. This play de-
picts the troubles of a “borrowing
family”. Avery inocentmistake
of Lina’s, the negro servant, mums
an alarm of cholera and the whole
family is stricken. Of emu's®
everything finally comes out “all
Now that t hi* weather is getting hot every
woman begins to wonder what she will do
without an oil stove for the summer. Well,
you can’t afford to be without. It is not
economy to do without from the fuel
standpoint, for it will cost twice the money
for coal over oil. We have the
in the long burner, and the
PURITAN and SHOPLEIGH
in the short burner. These are made up-to-date
in every particular and can’t be beat. Call and
let us demonstrate our Stoves to yeu. We like to
show our goods and we guarantee satisfaction.
J. T. Wells Hardware and
FORMER M NY
RETS 6000 PtSmBR
A latter received last Thursday
from Fnmk Gardner stated that
he hid been appointed superin-
tendent for the Ft. Worth
Registration of Voters
Notice is hereby given that all
the Precinct Registrars will keep
the registration books open until
the 30th day of June, 1917, for
the registering of all legal voters
who have not registered and who
were prevented from registering
on or prior to May 10th, 1916, on
account of sickness, absence from
the county or unavoidable mis-
fortune and for the registration of
all qualified electors who voted any
where in the state at the general
election held in Oklahoma in No-
J. C. Ridgell,County Registrar.
THE AETNA ST. PAUL
The Cache Valley Realty Co.
Fire, Lightning Tornado, Live Stock and Hail Insurance
CARL GRAUSLUND, Mgr.
Phone 89, Apache
pontinentaL FIDELITY PHENIX
kind in the country. The job car
ries with it a salary of $300 a
month. Frank is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Gardner, formerly
of this city, and a brother of Mrs.
Harry Rundle. He has been with
the Stone A Webster company
four years, starting in at $75 per
month, and by a natural ability
for the work and dose attention
to business he has advanced rapid-
ly until this last promotion was
given him, showing that there are
still plenty of chances for the
young man who fits himself for
his profession and then applies
himself with diligence and per-
Sunday at high noon at the res-
idence of the bride’s parents Mr.
and Mrs. C. L. Fry, at the north
west corner of the townsite, Elder
Poe, pastor of the Christian church
united in marriage Miss Maude
Fry and Mr. Glen Trask. The
immediate families of the con-
tracting parties and a number of
friends witnessed the ceremony.
Both of these young people are
well and favorably known in this
community. The bride is t he old-
est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.
L. Fry and has grown to woman-
hood here. The groom is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Task. He
is employed by the Rock Island
at Enid, where he took his bride
Tuesday and where they will make
their home. The Week’s Review
Rex Gilbreath transacted busi-
ness in Anadarko Friday.
iag Corporation, of New York,
We must not forget to m that Chicago, Ft. Worth and Seattle,
the ApnefieBand, by Mr.
VanLeuven, will play during the
evening, this will be the first pub-
lic apperanee of the band this sea-
son. The boys have been practic-
ing for some time and no doubt
will acquit themselves handsome-
The next of the closing exercises
of the school will be the Baccalau-
reate sermon delivered by Rev. W.
I. Torbert at the Methodist
Church, Sunday evening, May 28,
Mr. H. H. Brown will have charge
of the music.
Wednesday evening, May 31,
the high school students will pre-
sent their play. “Down in Maine,"
at the opera house. This is a fine
rural drama, presenting pictures
of actual life, its joys and sorrows
its hopes and fears, bright humor
and tender pathos go side by side.
The characters are drawn from
real life, making the play appear
The students are now working
hard under the direction of Miss
Hall and Mr. Culver. A number
of specialties will be introduced
The admission to thetwo enter-
tainments will be twenty-fiveceuts
for adults and fifteen cents for
school children. The proceeds,
after paying all necessary expens-
es, will be turned over to the
school library fund.
The graduating class he* three
members this year: Goldina Porch,
Chailes Smith, and Oscar Hrabe.
They are excellent students and
graduate from the high school
with sixteen un»ts each. The di-
plomas will be delivered by Mr.
Devin, director of the school board,
at the close of the performance
Wednesday evening, May 31.
A. L. Ives.
BURR ROW BEHI6 REPAIRER
Monday morning of last weak
J. M. Yoakum began the work of
and repairing The
week's Review building and at
this writing the carpenter work is
finished. A partition has
of the Stone A Webster Engineer been put in cutting off a room in
front 24x40 feet, which will be oc-
On June 9th, 1915, Mrs. H. A
Stone took out a policy for $1,500
in the Illinois Bankers’ Life, rep-
resented locally by C. M. Jen-
nings. She died on April 14th,
1916. Just one week later, on the
21st of April, proofs of death were
forwarded to the company and
the claim was paid in full on May
11th, less than 30 days after the
death of the insured. Mr. Jen-
nings points to this settlement
with considerable pride as an evi
cupied by the Royer store, the
front has been remodeled, putting
the door in the comer and making
excelent display windows and with
coat or two of paint inside and out
the apperance of the building will
be greatly improved and a lighter
and more commodious room pro-
vided for the stock of racket goods,
books and magazines, music, etc.
carried by the Royer store. The
new arrangement is also more con-
venient for the printing office, as
it gets the material more com*
pactly together and will save sev-
eral hundred miles of walking dur-
ing the year, as well as many
hours of time. Call ane see us
when we get things arranged and
Band Stand Being Repaired
The band stand at the comer of
Oak Street and Evans Avenue is
being repaired and will be paint-
ed and put in shape for summer
concerts. It was the intention to
have the first concert Monday
night, but it was postponed on ac-
count of the band stand not being
ready. If the work on the stand
is completed in time there will be
a concert next Monday night.
If you are not buying milk of
dence of the promptness of his Armstrong, better start now. Milk
company in settling claims. i delivered twice every day.
W. T. CLAKK,
J. I. liOHART,
A. C. DOLF,
First National Bank
Aulo Into the Ditch.
As l)r. Blair was turning the
comer east of G. C. Griffith s res-
idence two miles north of town on
his return to town yesterday af-
ternoon his Ford skidded and
went into the ditch, breaking off
the left front wheel. He was tow-
ed to town by J. F. Needles, who
was passing in a farm wagon.
Ample Capital, Long Kipencnce in Bunking with a desire to
<erve oar customer* combine to make this Bank a moat desir-
able place to establish your account und credit.
Farm Loans Solicited
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