The Week's Review (Apache, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 4, 1915 Page: 1 of 4
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THE WEEK'S REVIEW
APACHE. CADDO COUNTY. OKLA., THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 4. 1915.
The War Is All Over
We are still on the job writing
Grain and Cotton
The Cache Valley Realty Co.
CARL GRAUSLUND, Mgr.
Phone 89, Insurance Building, Apache, Oklahoma.
BELIEVED IN JUDGE BROWN
REV. NANCE TO HYDRO
Barbara Ellen Mayfield was born
in Bullet County, Kentucky March 7,
1855 and died Oct. 29, 1915. Age 60
years, 7 months and 22 days.
In the year 1877 she was married
to John Henry Blankenbaker. To this
union were born six children, three
boys and three girls, all of whom sur-
vive her except the oldest boy, who
died when three years of age.
In her girlhQod she was united to
the Baptist church but later in life
she became a member of the Christian
church, to which body se has
been a member.
Funeral services were held last
Friday at 3:30 from the Christian
church, conducted by th<* pastor and
the Christian church choir. Burial in
the Fairview cemetary.
HATS! HATS! HATS!
One-third off on all millinery, auto,
caps, veils, children hoods, boys hats
ribbons and trimmings, etc.—BEU-
MOTHER IS GONE.
A home is broken and sad, for she
was a good wife and a kind mother.
A faithful follower of Jesus, a kind
neighbor. She was a patient suffer-
er, being an invalid for many months.
Her children are all Christians and
one of them a young minister of
Christs Gospel. Surely hers was n
life well spent.
As her pastor I feel richer for hav-
ing known her. Our congregation has
lost a faithful member and while we
are sad because of her death we can
say: "Blessed are the dead who die
in the Lord, for they rest from their
labors and their works do follow
A. R. POE. ■ ‘
Robt. Myer is building a new barn.
Mr. Horton is superintending the
Rev. AY in. Utzman preached Sun-
day afternoon at the auditorium.
Geo. Dolan snipped a load of hogs
to Ft. Worth Wednesday.
Geo. Dolan’s barn was destroyed by
fire Saturday afternoon. Several
tons of bay, a lot of eorn, two calves
and a lot of harness were burned.
The burn was insured in the St. Paul
Miss Gladys Lamire is visiting
frieml- in Oklahoma City.
The whole communtv is saddened
by the death of (Mrs. J. II. Blanken-
haker last Friday morning. She had
been sick for several months, so the
end was not unexpected. She will
he greatly missed by all who knew
and loved her, ns one of the noblest
Win. Mowery is spending'I his w eek
Ollie Hill was a Lawton visitor
A Halloween part ywas held last
Friday night at the Mowery home and
was greatly enjoyed by the host of
young people who attended.
At the time of his death it is
I doubtless true that there w as not a
judge or lawyer in the state with
as many friends as the late Justice
Brown of the supreme court. Atfer
reading what we halt to say of the
jurist, B. Case, of Auaditrko, and
one of the leading lawyers of this
part of the state, writes us as fol-
Anadarko, Okla. Oct. 30,1915
Editor Week's Review,
“1 was glad to read your charac-
terization of the late Justice Brown.
He presided at a part of the Febru-
ary 1909 term of court here und I
learned something of him. Among
othes he tru*«l the James Myers ease.
He was a hard worker and put in
long hours. The people generally can
not know the hard work required of
the ruggedly honest judge. I, too,
liked his rugged honesty which was
palpable to an observer. He prob-
ably sacrificed years thak he yet
would have lived, by reason of hard
work. Dolliver, of Iowa, ns certain-
ly gave his life to the United States
as does the soldier in battle . There
are MANY lawyers RUGGEDLY
honest, but unfortunately for the pub-
lic good, the shyster lawyer SEEMS
to he the source of the reputation of
the bar among the people. The
newspaper is the great agency for
setting the people right and have a
very great responsibility along that
“Very truly yours,
“C. B. CASE.”
Rev. Clinton Nance, former pa*-
tor of the Baptist church, returned
from Hydro the first of the week and
packed and shipped lus goods to
that place where lie has accepted the
pastorate of the church at that place.
He lias just completed a protracted
meeting at that place in which thirty
odd conversions were had and twen-
ty-seven additions to the church.
Rev. Nance was looking fine and
said he was in the best of health. He
says that game is reasonably plenti-
ful near Hydro and that the Deer
Creek fishing is good. This of itself
is very attractive to Rev. Nance, hut
in addition he says that the church
at that place is alive and the people
of the best. All of these things com-
bined, decided him to accept the pas-
torate at that thriving little city. The
good wishes of his church and many
friends of Apache follow him and his
good wife to their new home and
they are assured that there is always
a welcome here for them when they
conclude to return to te best town of
its size in the state.
O. K. WHITE,
.1 W. PIMt ATT,
.1. W HANNAH,
Apache State Bank
We are not the largest bank in Caddo
County, but we accommodate Our
PUBLBIC SCHOOL NOTES
Rev. \V. I. Torhert, the new pastor
of the M. E. church, went to Stocker
yesterday where he delivered lus
lecture, “The Meanest Man in Town.”
Rev. Torhert is a noted lecturer as
well as a minister of the Gospel.
Call and see the splendid bargains
in mHlinery.—BEUCLER SISTERS.
A good young span of mules for
sale. John Skater, phone 525 South.
Black Cat Wall Papers
Last week ended the second month
of the term of school. The report to
the school hoard shows the following:
Enrollment—boys 177; girls 160;
Belonging for the month, lmys 175
girls 155—total 330.
Average daily attendance for the
second month 288. The average
daily attendance for the second month
last year was 264.
Number of days absence for the
second month this year, 408. This is
00 YOU WANT AN AUTO?
1 have taken the local agency for
the Auto Market, of Oklahoma City,
and can save you money on used ears
guaranteed to he in perfect running
order. Here are a few leading bar-
No. 1. Studebnker 30, thoroughly
overhauled and working like new,
repainted and looks like a new ear
I‘ri',‘*» ................... $375
No. 2. 1913 Overland 5 passenger,
Pnw. .......... $315
No. .1. 1912 Maxwell 2 passenger
a heavy Joss of time and opportunity | price, _______ "
due to sickness, lack of interest in' No. 4. 1914 Ford 5 pas"s’enge’r $335
the work, Shows etc. This loss is No. 5. 1014 Ford 5 passenger $310
A discount of 1-3 off offered on all
Ready For Your Inspection
« . ;
A splendid assortment of Comforts and Blankets, as-
sorted colors, large sizes at moderate prices.
Also a complete line of comfort accessories.
Come in and look them over
Caddo County Mercantile Co.
„ J. S. PILKENTON. Manager
First National Bank
\Y. T. ( I.AKK,
J. M. IM1IVRT,
A. <'. ROLF,
A-»T. ( u-liY
Ample capital, long experience in banking with a
desire to ferve our customer* combine to make this
bank a most deniable place to establish your ac-
count and credit.
Farm Loans Solicited.
We are exclusive distributors
for this vicinity of the famous
Black Cat Wall Papers
These BLACK CAT PAPERS have a
nation wide reputation for being strictly
up to the minute in style, und of the
very highest qualily and durability.
Black Cat Wall Papers
are designed for use in every room of the home, and are
priced to meet the demands of every pocket-book.
From the cheapest that is good to the best
that is made, Black Cat Papers
make your home the prettiest
CALL, WRITE OR TELEPHONE FOR THE
Black Cat Sample Book
of Home Decoration Suggestions
Our 1916 Bis k Cat Line is now in Stock. Come and
see the papers in the roll, just as they will ap-
pear on the walls of your home.
phone AMPHLETT BROS. A’ache
equivalent to more thun 20 months for
A very large per cent of the pu-
pils, however, are attending school
regularly and promptly. In most ea-
<i‘s these are doing good work in their
This week ends the first quarter of
(lie term. Examinations will he held
next Friday. All pupils will be excus-
ed from their examinations who huve
a grade of 90 or more in their class
work, who have not been absent more
than 5 days, and who have 90 nr
more in deportment.
As soon as the teachers can make
up the record for the quarter, the
report cards will he sent to the par-
ents. These mean something and
should he examined closely. Parents,
yon should know exactly what your
children are doing in school. The re-
port cards will show your ehilds w ork
as accurately ns it is possible to in-
dicate that work in figures.
The exhibit of school work given by
'.Miss Lambeth and Miss Dean mid
their piupils Wednesday was a per-
fe< t success iii every way, and a de-
light to all concerned. A large num-
ber of interested parents were pres-
ent and inspected the work* of the
“little fojks.” All the vi-itors ex-
pre.-sed themselves as being ’delight-
ed with the work being done in the
first and second primary.
Exhibits will he held in the other
grades later in the term.
No. 6. 1913 Ford 5 passenger $330
No. 7. 1912 Overland, 2 passenger,
rebuilt and repainted______$250
These ears are bargains at the
prices asked and will not remain long
unsold. It you want one see ine at
Watch for Bulletin Board.
F. E. ROYER
at Royer’s Cash Store.
No hunting on my place, E1/,, Sec.
9, 5-I I. Parties caught will be pros-
ecuted.—HERMAN RATHJENS. 3tp
MISS MOWERY ENTERTAINED
Mis- Dapheue Mowery entertained
et her home U mile north of Boone
-••bool Friday evening, Oct. 29, sev-
eral of her friendp with a Hallowe’en
party. All guests 'were dressed as
-hosts and the house was decorated
appropriate fof the occasion, colors
being yellow and black, Jack-o-latl.
terns furnishing the light.
An old witches den in one corner
of the room was a special feature
of the evening, when an old witch re-
'euled to the guests tlioir future.
Apple bobbing, feeding the pumpkin
and other games of similar nature
Refreshments were served ut a late
• Those present were : Misses \Vich-
iiin. Mainline Keeler, Olga llrbncek,
The three lower rooms (in which Olive Hochcrderffer, .Maud Jenkins,
no written examinations are held) Fay Horton, Martha l pdike, Rosa
compete for a quarter holiday each Kami, Zella Mae Crane, Du phene
month. This holiday is given to the Mowery. Idews Ray Williams, Joe
room having the highest standing in 1 locherderffer Ronald Jenkins, Ver-
nttendnnee and punctuality for the ner Hrbaeek, Charlie Snodgras-,
month. The following is the record i Clarence Keeler, Elmer Cook, Jeun
of those rooms for the second month: Veil, Wiley Updike, Claude Mowery,
First Primary, Miss Lambeth 92.2;
Second Primary, Miss Dean 94.2; Sec
llurve Atkins, Ralph Horton, Juliu
Kami, Eldon Mowery. Chaperons
icmnu i rmiury, juibb wohh t.......’ * » lf.
, „d Grade, Miss Suttrell 91.4. Miss Mrs. \V. E. Mowery nudWr. and Mrs
Dean’s room standing highest wins S. S. Crane and Master Karl Mow-
the holiday and will enjoy it Friday
of this week.
A. L. IVES, Supt.
cry, Francis Frederick, Sammy Hor-
ton and Apie Lee Crane.
Lest You Forget—
Ash Grove Cement
The beat cement on market today. Ask the man who
has used it. They will tell you that it goes farther and
gives better results than others. *J Then why buy 5
tacks when 4 will do the same work?
Yours for better cement in the future.....Ash
Grove Superfine Cement.
T. H. ROGERS LBR. CO.
H. W. BENJAMIN, Mgr.
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