Renfrew's Record. (Alva, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 22, 1904 Page: 4 of 4
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CU ID S COURT ' The president of the live stock
The Santa Fe will sell round I sc p-owc’ sanitary commission lives in
trip tickets : Denver, Colorado The following marriage license Woodward county and he thinks
Springs, Co!., and Salt Lake City have been issued since our last re- it is the greatest county in the
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One fare plus 50c. .nJ0»°m. £t,'c“' ?*•• <»« there to c.11 ft the •'Empire
On sale Daily. w» a r v .T’,. V coun!y "
J , Wm. H. Laucke and Maude J. „ .
Limit Oct. 31st, 1904. Stopovers j Sand, Amorita; Albert Luther, U gC USC “ says that when
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M. A. PRINCEHOUSE,
Agent A. T. & S. F. Ry. Co.,
Alva, 0. T.
L OF MAGAZINES
number) are by the most
pus, Aline and Daisy M. Evans,
Cleo; John Relph and Ollie M.
Murrow, Wayncka; Albert W.
Fanning, Milan, Blanche Williams,
Capron; Geo. Scott, Kiowa and
Mary C. Turbin, Capron; Henry
E. Myers and Ola Buckett, Way-
noka;E.Scott McCoy and Blanche
M. Abbott, Dane; Otho L. Huff-
man and Anna N. Day, Brule;
THE SMART SET
A Magazine of Cleverness.
Magazines should have a well-defined purpose.
Genuine entertainment, amusement and mental recreation are
the motives of The Smart Set, the
Wm. M. Case, Tyron and Maud
Hall, Waynoka; John Lihk and
Josie Gourlie, Avard; Fred G.
Reimer and Ida Spohr, Capron;
Geo. T.Pinkston and Grace Guth-
rie, Avard; Austin M Eubanks
and Ada E Stallings, Cherokee;
the most I Ervin J.Cayot and Alice E-Stapp,
;Cherokee; Geo. E. Evans, White-
1«0 PAGES DEGIOIITFrL, READING horse and Cora Osborne, Alva;
No pages are wasted on cheap illustrations, editorial vaporings Henry 0 Warner and Pearl C.
1 Mitchell, Dane; John E. Ford,
Its Novels (a complete one in each
brilliant authors of both hemispheres.
Its short stories are matchless, clean and full of human interest
Its poetry covering the entire field of verse—pathos, love, hu-
mor, tenderness—is by the most popular poets, men and women of
Its jokes, witticisms, sketches, etc., are admittedly
has the appearance of a state con-
vention. They have delegations
from eighty congressional town-
snips which makes an immense
county, but Woo’dward county is
larger than Woods by several
townships and while Woods
county two years ago polled two
or three times the vote of some
of the good sized counties, Billy
Bo.ton says that Wocdward
county will poll more votes this
year than Woods county.
Mr. Bolton seemed to grow
larger when he talked about the
canteloupes in Woodward county
excelling the famous melons
from Rocky Ford in Colorado. He
says they have a peculiar fla-
vor about them and their delic-
ious sweetness has never been
equaled in any other country. He
says they ere so cheap that even
men can afford to
or wearying essays and idle discussions
Every page will interest, charm and refresh you. ... , . .
Subscribe now—$2.50 per year. Remit in cheque, P. 0. or Ex- A‘me and Jennie M. Topley.Cleo; thg newspaper
AveniK.^Ne^Yofk!161^ *Cltet'° ™E SMART SET. 4Se Fifth ~ them If Mr. Bolton bn.
N. B. Sample Copies sent on Application. wi“h""r*”d U°a‘*-F,ck'r: "oLVtliTye.TZf.ll^ort
--—-----------ing, Abbie; Wm. S. Hofer and), 7 ,
T „. Tr , . , broom corn than the state of
Lillie Otti, Kiowa, Ks., Jed I. T11. . . t, . . „
t-j , ... . . . Illinois, and the finest wheat ever
Bay and Virginia A. Nance, . ... , . • ,, .
u . ,TT * T , , _ hauled to market is sold there
Hopeton; Wm. C. Lakey and Eva ... , . .
Tj „ T : . _ , : this year for ninety-three cents a
Bonewits, Carmen; John Lakey i. . ,
, t-, _ _ „ 7 : bushel,
and Florence E.Deavers, Carmen;!
Albert G. Hughes and May Bow Railf0ad Mileagf of Wo(yjs Q
ers, Carmen; Oren M. Said and:
Rosa B. Kleck, Carmen; Fred E. j Woods county was first open
Shinn and Rosa Harris, Aiva;, settlement only eleven years
| Charley T. Azbill Ingersoll and , ago on Sept 16th and now there
Nellie W. Humphreys, Mendon; I are more than a8y miles of rai1'
JamesL. Terbush and Tina 0.:road within her b&rders, includ-
Hamilton, Alva; Curtis F. Wat.:'ng over 20 miles of sidetracks.
son, Cherokee and Della W.Dain,,The following is a list of the
Jet; Everett W. Beck, Ingersoll, iroads traversi“g Woods county
and Versa M. Haeker, Cherokee; with themileage of each includ-
The Rock Island, comprising
ton and Zenobia M. Marley, Hel- Choctaw Northern and Enid &
ena; Geo. W. Yokum and Maggie! M‘
Reed, Aline; Edward G.Van Ant-
California and Return
The 29th Triennial Conclave, Knights Templar U.S.A.,and
Sovereign Grand Lodge I. O. 0. F„ at San Francisco in
September, are the next occasions for which the Santa Fe
will make reduced rates to California. Any one, whether
member or not, may take advantage of the reduction. If
you re going to make the California tour,this is your chance
to do it economieallv, comtcrtably amd thoroughly. On
sale August rs to Sept.io inclusive. Limited to October 23.
For full particulars address the undersigned.
Descriptive Literature Free.
M. A PRINCEHOUSE. Agent A. T. & S. F. Ry Co,. Alvo. Oklahoma
The W. C. T. V. Territorial Conven-
tion held at El Reno the 12th to loth,
inclusive, was one of marked success.
Pvery session, of which there were
three each day, was full of good
things. Papers were read on various
subjects that bespoke careful study in
the interest of the homes of our Okla-
homans. Reports of the committees
showed much good work done in many
of the forty departments of work tak-
en up by the W. C. T. U. Those of
Medal Contest, Petition, Flower Mis-
sion, Jail and Prison, Evangelistic,
Union Signal and Press, Children’s
Savings Bank, Anti-Narcotics and
Opiates.Non-Alcoholic Medication and
Systematic Giving, were especially
helpful. Woods county carried off all
the banners given by the territory for
most work done. One for greatest
gain in membership in the county,and
also one for local, Fairview with 98
members receiving this one. The
Medal Contest, Superintendent Miss
Gertrude Motter, with grace, received extended to all.
the banner for greatest number of con-
Woods count)-has 31 Unions with a
membership of over 7<hi. Over
has been raised for the various depart-
ments, lectures, literature, etc. Mrs
Annie L. Wright gave an apprecia-
tive talk on the L. T. L. department
j and said there are 52 bands now in op-
J On Thursday evening, Mrs. L. EUa
! Hartley who made the trip to Jerusa-
lem, charmed the audience with her
graphic description of the tour, hair-
; breadth escapes from death and the
Backsheesh beggar, and surprised all
1 by introducing a number of costumes
j of the Orient, gracefully draped on
some of the youth of our land.
* On Friday evening the Diamond
Medal Contest was held, live of the
speakers being from Woods county.
Each one did well and were highly
commended, but as we had one dia-
mond medal in Woods county, the
speaker from Stillwater took the one
We must not forget the excellent
banquet on Friday, given by the local
W. C. T. U. In all it was an occasion
to be long remembered. Each delegate
went home feeling that it was good
to have been there. We hope many
will attend the convention to be held
I next year for each is better than the
j last. \V od.-, county W. C. T. U. ofti-
| cers were all in attendance.
An Eye and Ear Witness.
Pinson & Henton of Capron,
have pulled in their threshing
outfit having cleaned op over 30,-
goo bushel of wheat during the
Evangelist Paul Price is assist-
ing Rev. L. T. Fischer in con-
ducting a series of meetings at
the Baptist church this week to
continue indefinitely. Come out
and hear him.
All the services of the church
next Sabbath as usual. In the
morning the subject of the ser-
mon will be,‘‘The Bible Doctrine
of Sanctification.” In the even-
ing the subject will be, “Repent-
ance.” Sabbath School at 9:50
a. m. Christian Endeavor at 6:30
p. m. A cordial invitation is
H. B. Mayo, Pastor.
G. O. Sloan, 6 miles south aud
two east of Alva will sell at pub-
lic sale Monday, September 26th
19041 head of cattle, 8 cows, 3
with calves by side, the others
to calve during the winter. Two
year old short horn bull. Six
spring calves. Two good brood
mares, one colt. Wagon, buggy
harness, farm implements. Three
acres bound feed, household
goods. G. E. Portman, Auction-
Lonnie E. Byram and Dora M.
Hardin, Augusta; Samuel L- Pat- j
werp, Sparland, 111., and Luella
G. Nighswonger, Alva; Frank
White, Winchester and Alice
Kessler, Kiowa; Guv M. Lisk,
Woodward and Reba K. Carrico, railways including depots
Our Sister Woodward County.
Guthrie, O. T. Sept. to.—If
you were to call the president of
the Oklahoma Live Stock Sani-
l tary commission by any other
1 name than Billy Bolton a great
many people in Oklahoma would
not know to whom you referred.
& O. 65.14; Frisco, comprising
the A. V. & W. and B. E- S.lines
56.99; Santa Fe 50.2r; total 287.-
The assessed valuation of these
other property is $1,030,427
which is more than one sixth of
the assessed valuation of all
other property in Woods county.
Pretty good showing for a county
which easterners suppose to be
beyond the pale of civilization.
A Broom Factory for Alva.
J. I. Grundy is circulating a
He tips the scales at considerably subscription paper to raise a fund
over three hundred pounds and to build a broom factory for Alva
he has a heart in proportion to ; and the outlook for success is
his size. That is the cause of. hopeful. Alva is the natural
his popularity in all of Oklahoma market for the best broom
region in the southwest and is
well located to manufacture the
raw material. We hope the pro-
moters will succeed in locating
the plant here.
Mr. Bolton was here today to
attend a meeting of the board,but
they only attended to routine bus-
iness. When the correspondent
of the Eagle called at the office
of the live stock sanitary com- _
1 mission today, Mr. Bolton filled Qm c. Randolph who formerly
one of the big arm chairs in tne lived near Ingersoll has returned
secretary s office. He rested one t0 Oklahoma to stay after trying
foot on the secretary’s desk, Ohio for several years. They all
rounded out his chest and blowed COme back.
Lyons, 0. T., Sept. 7, ^04.
Pursuant to a call made by the
socialists of Woods county, con-
vening in mass convention at
Ringwood, 0. T., September 3rd,
in the third commissioner district
for the purpose of selecting a
candidate for commissioner in
said district, accordingly Hon.
Wm. Stone was unanimously-
chosen The convention passed
the following resolutions:
In as much as Henry Bassman
claims we made a mistake innom-
nating him at the convention at
Alva, we therefore drop him from
the socialist ticket.
Furthermore, we do not indorse
or fuse with any party or person
who does not believe in the prin-
ciples of the socialist party.
Done by order of convention.
W. B. Foree,
C. M. Greenland,
Two Girls Wanted.
A laundry girl and a dining
room girl are wanted at the Hen-
drickson Hotel, Alva.
Carriage Factory and Marble Works
Why can’t Alva induce men of
means to come here and establish
the above industries. We have
been informed that there is no
place nearer than Anthony or
Harper where a man can get a
carriage painted. Nearly every
farmer has a carriage and we
have the best roads on earth. A
carriage factory would certainly
be a good investment.
There are no marble works
worthy of the name within a hun-
dred miles of Alva. We believe
that if the matter was properly
presented a profitable marble
works plant might be established
A Campaign Bargain.
Everyone need-* a dally paper with the
full Associated Press dispatches during the
present political campaign and during the
exciting events of the Japanese war. It is
now very easy to get one of the very best
dailies in the southwest, as the Daily Okla-
homan has just announced that for only one
dollar it will send the Oklahoman trom now
until January 1, is*>5, to any one sending In
their cash subscription on or before Sep-
tember! The regular subscription rate is
four dollars for a year. The Oklahoman
ghes by far the largest and best market re-
l».rts of any paper in Oklahoma aud it pub-
lishes full accounts of all the war news and
everything in politics just as soon as it hap-
pens. No one can afford to be without it
when it can be had so cheaply right now
Subscriptions should be sent at once before
this offer expires.
Wm. McHugh has bought the
W. W. Magruder farm just west
Territory of Oklahoma, i
in Probate Court. Wood^°unt>-- ’
Notice is hereby given that on the 20th
day of September. A D . niui. Philip Nealis
hied in the Probate Court of the county of
Woods, and territory of Oklahoma, a peti-
tion praying for letters of administration
to be Issued to Ueorg. McDonald upon the
estate of i.eorge Nealis. deceased, late of
the countyof Woods and territory of Okla-
And pursuant to an order of said Probate
court, Saturday the Hth dav of October. A
, • Is*4' nt thejtour "f 2 ,i clock p. m. of said
day, that being a day of the regular Sep-
tember term. A D. ISM, of said Probate
court has been appointed as the time for
hearing said application, when and
where any person interested mav con-
test -aid petition by tiling written opposi-
tion thereto on the ground of incomi>etency
of the applicant, or mav assert his own
rights to the administration and pray that
letters be issued to himself.
Witnesss. Jeff Bowor.Judge ol the Probate
Court of the county of Woods and the seal
of the court affixed the 20th dav of Septem-
Iwr. A. D. 190) JEFF BOWER.
'iSail s „ Probate Judge.
McCrory & Barnett, Attorneys. 4G-3
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