The Week's Review (Apache, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 4, 1915 Page: 3 of 4
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
THE WEEK’S REVIEW. APACHE, OKLA.
Sam Sing Laundry
Work neatly done by hand at home Bring me
your collars, cuffs, shirts and anything the steam
laundry handles is washed here. Prices right.
Family Washings _A Specialty
otQRA v$:. wvws
We Loan Money on Cotton
At 6 Per Cent Per Annum-On I Bale or 1000 Bales
Mr. Farmer, Mr. Banker, Mr. Cotton Man, Mr. |
Merchant! Why ship your cotton to Galveston,
Houston, New Orleans or St Louis when you can
secure money on it here as cheaply as anywhere else, |
and at the same time have your cotton practically at jgj
home where you can personally look after it, and |
'h KNOW when your cotton is sold you are getting mar-
We will loan a liberal amount on cotton stored in
our ware-house at Chickasha at 6 per cent interest |
per annum, with the understanding when cotton is ^
sold, we receive 50c per bale commission for selling. |
We do not guarantee but believe account our ability |j
to sell to best advantage, results will prove the com-
mission charge will be no loss to you.
Our warehouse charges are 45c per bale for the
first montn, and 25c per bale for each month or frac-
tional part thereafter. THESE CHARGES include
unloading, storage, insurance, tagging, sampling, clas-
sing reloading into cars or delivery to compress. UN-
DERSTAND we will be glad to receive your cotton g
for storage whether you borrow from us or not, but
the option it yours to take 6 per cent money if you
desire, no selling charge if you do not borrow money
The freight charges on your cotton will be $1.50 per bale to
Chickasha, but when cotton is SOLD ALL FREIGHT
CH ARGES will be refunded to you. For further information
WOOTEN-BURTON SALES CO.
Apuche Lodge No. 223, A. F. and
A. M. meets first and third Wednes-
day nights. Visiting Masons always
welcome.—Samuel Blair, W. M.; C.
E. Devin, Secretary.
I. 0 0. F .
Apnt‘he Lodge No. 235.
Meets every Thursday night. Visiting
Bret hern always welcome.
A. B. Coffin, N. G.—E. G. Gibbs, Sec.
W. 0. w.
Apache Gump No. 719, meets ev-
ery 3rd Saturday evenign in each
month at 7:30 o’clock. Visiting |
J. T. Wells, C. C.—S. L. Hogan, Clerk
K. OF P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th week of
each month. Visiting members
cordially invited to attend.
L A. Blaek, C. C.—C. A. Zumwalt, K.
of R. and S.
The home of First-Class
NVorkmansdip and at a price
that is rignt. John May. our
machinist, will fix your car
and fix it right. We carry a
complete line of repairs and
IV. R. Roberts, Mgr.
ft)lt SALE—1 good heating stove,
and 1 good cooking stove alid several
pieces ot furniture.—T. 11. BALL, tf
COLDS 00 NOT LEAVE WILLING-
Because a cold i.s stubborn is no
reason why you should be. Instead of
“wearing"' it out, get sure relief by
taking l)r. King’s New Discovery.
Dangerous lA-onchinl and lung ail-
ments often follow a cold which lias
been neglected at the liegiuniiig. As
your body faithfully battles those col
germ-, no better aid can be given
than tlic u-e of this remedy. Its merit
ins been tested by old and young, (let
bottle to-day. 50c and .$1.
Mr. Byers appears here Nov. 17th,
with “The Girl and the Tramp.’’ As
an added attraction there will be
eight big song hits, and the tango
dance, by'Miss Mann and Fred Byers.
MRS. NEC0MB ENTERTAINS
WANTED—A representative in ev-
ery comunity near Apache to take or-
ders for guaranteed line of flavoring
extracts and toilet preparations. Lib-
eral rointnissions. Apply at Royer's
t'asli Store, Apache, Okla.
AUTO ACCIDENT NEAR HINTON.
Wile coming to town to attend the
revival meeting last Friday night in
bis new Studebaker seven-passenger
ear, accompanied by his wife, three
children and the four children of Joe
Harris, M. M. Dobbs met with an ac-
cident that for the insgnifieanee of
results is nothing short of a miracle.
While coming down the hill on the
road along the Bob Smith place one
mile west of town and while traveling
at a pretty good speed Mr. Dobbs
overtook W. L. Ward who was driv-
ing his Reo. Finding it necessary to
slow up or pull out in order to avoid
striking the ear ahead and in en-
deavoring to apply the brake, Mr.
Dobbs evidently placed his foot on
the accelerator whien necessarily in-
creased the speed of the car forcing
him to turn out striking the sofe sand
no doubt making the car veer—at
least the car was turned completely
•over and fell squarely on the top.
Mr. Dobbs sustained the fracture
of two ribs and some minor bruises
and Mrs. Dobbs was slightly bruised
about the head and shoulders, while
the other occupants were more or
less shocked, but none injured to any
The top of the car which was up,
««.s badly broken up, and the fenders
•were more or less crushed, but aside
from that no serious damage was
done the conveyance.
Mr. Dobbs has about fully recover-
ed and is again driving around in a
■ILL CHANGE! HAND
Joe Griffith, of near Colony, who
bought the Graeemont mill from Ole
!Frederiekson, moved to Graeemont
last week and will take charge of the
mill personally. He expects to make
improvements in the service and to fill
a business want in the town.
He he believes there would be
a gnat deul of grinding done if the
farmers could get good sen'ice.
BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES
Mrs. John Newcomb entertained
the Busy Bee Society very pleasant-
ly last Thursday.
About twenty-five members were
present and a number of visitors
Those visiting the society were Mrs.
Jesse, who is here visiting her sister,
Mr. MeComb, Mrs. L. V’. Coombs, of
Anadarko; iMrs. O. Newcomb, of
Apache and Miss Eva Edwards.
Mrs. G. M. Loflin will entertain
in November one week before the
usual day, as the regular day comes
Mrs. II. Thiesen, of Denver, Colo.,
arrived in Apache Tuesday for a visit
with her son, Fritz.
at Amphlelt’s Drug Store
We hear no complaint of the weu
FOR SALK 1 Round Oak heating
stove, size IS. call Shell’s Billiard
room. 28 2t
Mr-. Henry Saxon left the latter
part of last week for a month’s visit
with home folks near Saddle Moun-
F. E. Rover and a farm loan in-
s(>eetor, of one company that he rep-
resents. were in the country Tuesduy
looking after loan affairs.
Mr. Daugherty, a prominent bus-
iness man of Kcteker, was in Apache
Tuesday on business.
I liis is the time of year when the real merit of a shoe tells,
because the feet are more susceptible ofbeing made uncomfor-
table than at any other season.
The Peters Diamond Shoes stand the test at this season
and they give entire satisfaction, because they are constructed
alongcorrect lines to fit and wear easily, while their quality
make them unsurpassed.
For making your feet comfortable and avoid the need of
any kind of treatment, buy the
PETER S DIAMOND SHOE
P. M. LEVITE, Sole Agent
The Overland automobile mechanic
of Oklahoma City was in Apache
J. L. Campbell, deputy for the *M.
W. A. lodge, is in Apuche this week
organizing a class for initation.
Special service at 11 a. m. Subject:
“The Vision of a Whitened Field.” At
the service we will give an outline of
our work in Oklahoma and will take
a free will offering for state mission-
aries. We hope to see every member
in this service, and the service will
be of special interest to all.
“The Lord’s Additions” is the sub-
ject for 7:30.
Special songs and special music.
A. R. POE.
Ewing Lawter made a business trip
to Lawton Friday of last week.
Mike Basham, a prominent farmed
from southwest of town, was trading
in Apache Monday.
Mrs. Ewing Lawter relumed home
Saturday from a three week's visit
with home folks at Clinttnn.
FOR SALE:Pears for sale at $1.00
per bushel. 3 and % miles N. W.
of Elgin, Phone 11 on 8, Elgin
GEO. W. BROWN
3t. 30. pd.
O. H. Hiekerson, whose wife has
been in the Southwestern hospital a
Lawton for over a week, and who
expected to return to her home in
Apache Sunday, was compelled to
remain and undergo another opera-
tion Sunday from which she rallied
to the satisfaction of the hospital
surgeons. It is now predicted that
she will recover rapidly. Mr. and Mrs.
Hiekerson have the sympathy of their
Apuche friends in this their great
trouble and who hope for IMrs. Hick-
erson's speedy recovery.
The corn shellers located in Apache
are getting such big piles of cobs that
vacant lots are becoming scarce.
Ray Anderson and Bill Warner at-
tended a party at J. D. Massey’s last
Bill Warner and Marcella Flood
spent Sunday evening at Broxton.
Miss Flood is one of the teachers at
the Broxton consolidated school.
O. H. Hiekersn was in Lawton
Sunday to spend the day with his |
v.'ife at the Southwestern hospital.
To trade for stock, 160 acre farm
in Woodward county, Okla. A. R-l
Poe, Apache Okla.,
Mrs. J. Ward Adams and children
of Springdale, Arkansas, is visiting I
her father and mother, Rev. Hogan'
P. Berber is completing his opera |
house. When finished Apache will I
have one of the best show houses in |
)his port of the state.
THE CITY MEAT MARKET
SHWEN BROS. Proprietor..
The Very Best of Fresh and Cured Meats,
Home Rendered Lard, Sausage, Etc.
Your Patronage will be Appreciated.
***** HAM AM ***^1
SCITY DRAY LINE I
^ M. H. CROY, Proprietor ®
5 All Kindt of Dreying and Hauling aft Reason*
St able Prices. Contractors for Team Work.
1 """ ....... .... . ---- .... —- 9
ww wmm mnm mw
Dr. Bender reports up to and in-
duing Oct. 30th, that from Wednes-
day noon he has attended the birth
of seven children. At nooon Wednes-
day a pair of twins, one of each sex,
came to the residence of Lew Dahl,
weighing about four pounds each. A
little giH weighing seven pounds ar-
rived at the home of Oscar Dodson
at 11 a. m. Thursday. On Thursday
night the home of T. S. Brown was
made happy by the arrival of a little
H pound girl, and at 11 a. m. Friday
Bob Epperson began to strut around
and net big over the arrival of that
little nine pound girl- Saturday
morninft at 4 o'clock Mrs. D. B. Evaqa
gave birth to a ten pound boy and
just four hours after the doctor pre-
sented Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sueberget
with a fine 11 pound boy. All parties
are doing well and happy.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday school at 10 a. m. to which
nil are cordially invited. Preaching at Quarterly Conference will
7:30 p. m. Sunday Nov. 7. Regular be held Saturday afternoon at 2:30.
church conference Saturday evening
Nov. 18 at 7:30 p. m., all members are
expected to lie present ns there is im-
portant business to attend to.
Brother A. Nunnery of Granite, will
preach at the Baptist church Monday
oisht, Nov. 15. Come out and hear
a good sermon.
Dr. H. B. Collins will prach Sun
dny at 11a. m. ami should Is* greet-
ed by a large congregation
Wallace I. Torbert, Pastor, will
prench at 7:30 p. m. Subject “Re-
ligious Railroading.” All who are
not due to worship else where are eor-
For rostmtloM or informaiioa
writs to or call oa
GET RID OF THOSE POISONS IN
You will find Dr. King's New lift
Pills ii most satisfactory Inxativa in
releasing the poisons from your sys-
tem. Accumulated waste and poisoBs
cause munifold ailments unless releaa
ed. Dizziness, spots before the eyat|
blackness and a miserable feeling
generally are indications that yo«
need I)r. King’s New Life Pills. Tak*
a dose to-night and you will expert*
em e grateful relief by morning. 25c.
Henry Saxon spent Sunday in An*
Mr. and Mrs. Jay W. Douglas at
Cordell were visiting at Mrs. Hobart’*
XIrs. Frick and Mrs. Bohart at tea*
ded a party at the home of Hltk
Sheets, in Anadarko last Thursday.
Will continue the sale on shoes until
we receive another shipment, which
will be some time in the next month.
We have a good line to pick from
left yet and will continue the sale on
Tinware and Granite ware.
F. M. Goff
Mrs. Frank Devin arrived Satur-
day evening to join her husband, Dr.
Devin, who has been visiting for some
| time at the home of his brother, C.
Mrs. W. O. Amphtett, Mrs. J, W.
lawter,Mrs. t'has. Campbell and Mrs
Hprry Green were apeoiol guests it
the Cord Club, Thursday of last wwk.
with Mrs. B. D. Brown as hostess.
The next meeting will be with Mr*.
Mrs. W. O. Amphlett left Monday
(Burning by way of Cyril, for Exeter.
Mo., where she will visit before re-
turning to her home in Kllondale, N«
During the month of September,
mid when I wus not ut home, some
one took from my premises a mowing
scythe mid has forgotten to return it.
The season for cutting weeds is past,
and ns it was a borrowed scythe, 1
will have to pay for it unless it is
returned. Brinfl it t)3Ck. Rev. C. L.
The Hallowe'en social given by
the Indies of the Presbyterian church
Saturday night at the home of Mn.
C. K. Devin wus a delightful succoaa.
Much taste and skill was displays*
in the decorations and the ladies ar%
to be congratulated for their ability,
ns well us work.
Mrs. II. W. CriehHeld, of Oklahoma.
City, visited her sister, Mrs. J. W.
Hannah, between trams Friday. Mrs.
I'richticld came for her small daugh-
ter, Vida Edith, who, during her
| father’s illness has Wen staving with
Mrs. Hannah fur the past four weeh*^
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Lawter, J. W. The Week's Review (Apache, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 4, 1915, newspaper, November 4, 1915; Apache, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc951283/m1/3/?rotate=90: accessed February 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.