The Week's Review (Apache, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 31, 1914 Page: 1 of 7
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THE WEEK’S REVIEW
VOLUME 14. NO. 18
APACHE. CADDO COUNTY. OKI A . THURSDAY, DECEMBER >lrs 1911
\N HOLE NUMBER 71.1
Merry Christmas !
We wish to extend to our patrons our bes: w.snes
for a Merry Christmas and a Happy and Pro'pcrous
New Year, and thank them tor the generous patron-
age they have extended to us during the ve. r that
is drawing to a close. '
Also, we desire to ask a continuance ot your pat-
ronage during 1915 and we assure you that your busi-
ness will be given careful attention and will be done
right, with the purpose ever in mind to protect and
look after your interests.
Thre Cache Valley Realty Co.
HERRIFF & GRAUSLUND, Proprietors.
HAND CRUSHED IN OIL DRILL.
drover Nixon, who was working on
J. C. Moore’* oil tirill at Lehigh,
came home Saturday night with his
right hand badly crushed and lacerat-
ed from having caught it in the drill.
The hand is in hail shaue, hut the at-
tending physician thinks it can tie
saved if no unforseen complications
Attorneys Mcknight and Kerr, of
Anadarko, were here Thursday la-A
on legal business in.Judge Ward’s court
F M Got! and wife wen', to Chicka
sha Sunday to visit relatives.
2 2 '4=
APACHAN WRITES A WAR SCKG
Monday night we receivtd a letter
and opening it ft nd a uott as follows'
‘•Dear Sir i am sending yo< a ‘king.
It is one o' the latent, made by 1!
W. Yoigh'. Please print It ir. he
paper this week ini there r any
charge, let oe know Following i«
The English freDcl sad .luta ^os
Go' in a terrible rush
They thought liiey’d make a ole an up
<>n Austria and the Dutch.
They thought they »' get to i ’-et iin
And capture that great town
lint the German's saw them com. up,
An ! gave tnetr signal south'
Of coures they II get to Berlin
And get to >ee 'ho town,
' Hut get there as pr'suaevs,
While Germania wn* th* v *r.
! The Prussians done tb-> Hghtlor
While the French waaonu * »«**|
The KngUih done the running
-When the German halteu f y.
The Frenchmen done some growi ng, j
While Germans was a-thoutlng. 1
Hurra! Hurrmll Hurray!!!
We have loaded our great cannon
And we are bound 11 stay.
Art you w ill never get to Berii ,
To capture that great town:
Fo" the Germans go on light ay
TO THE PUBLIC:
We curee to this work about seven months tgo. Our
work has been blessed in mut.y ways—not only in the salva-
tion of snu:;s but we have noticed a st-.wiy growth in spiritual-
ity in our church and a growing interest on the part ot the
general public. We fed that we re for unaft indeed in being
located in tnis sulendid town to work for this great and grow-
ing chut:h. While we have only been here a short time we
have learned to k<ve and hold in ITigh esteem 'he people ot
We have received many very hi autiful and useful Christ-
mas presents and take this means of thanking our friends, not
only for the gifts themselves, which are greatly appreciated,
but also for the kindly spirit of love and good will which
prompted the gifts, which is valued beyond our power of ex-
Also «e wish to invite you to our church services.
Ours is a Non-Sectarian Church with.
No Creed but the Chrot;
No Book but the Bible;
No Name but the Divine.
We stand'ioran Open Bible and a United Chur.h. We wish
you a Happy and Prosperous New Year.
A. R. POE, Pastor Christian Church
[Paid Advertisement J
PT THE END o f THE YE AR ^
Is nos here, tnd I ward t > thank mv tnanv friends and -ig-
tomers lor their p id favors aid hope they will continue totredt
with me through ’he coming year I will be ready to open up
mv new grocery store on
SATURDAY, JANUARY 2nd
After IS vears experience in what \ called i he safe credit
business.” I find it to be a failure, so now 1 will try tlii cash
system—pay cash and sell for cash—take advantage of cheap
buying and all discounts and give the giin to my trade a an
inducement to trade with me
My intention is to put in a strictly up-’o-date store with
a higlt grade of goods and sell at a very close margin for cash
l insite you to come to my store and give me a trial order and
give me a chance to show you that I wil do as 1 advertise
My motto is: “Live and Let Live, Good Goods, hair I reat-
ment and Get the Cash.'
Very truly yours.
THE STAR GROCERY
G. W. TEMPLE, Prop.
1 Door East of P. 0. Apache, Oklahoma
HAPPY NEW YEAR
We wish ,o take ihisopportui *y to extend
to our customers our thanks for their '•> oral
patron age during the year 19U .and wish
them x happy and prosperous New Year.
J. H. Mallory’s sale has
been temporarily postponed.j
The date will be annunced in
this’ paper later, probably
Mrs .1. W. Amspacher .sent to Guib
ne Thursday to spend the holiday*
with her parents.
The stork called at the home of Mr.
ami Mrs. Waiter Knight Monday night
and left :i twelve pound boy with them
Dot Sbwen and Mist F.thel Elder
wen: ».> Manguu. Monday, where they
wow carried. They th<w» went ,.y Car
ter. * • a . et ' 'ait the bride's foster
mit-D*- Mr Mid '.Ira T .J Mirandi.
| Tliey-feid "«7,irn so Awehe
theiv j.uo.e here.
The br ide k a nte e of V r. H.
Gould aod h*s been making her home
with Mr. and Mrs. Gould for some
time The bridegroom .s one of the
j flnu ohShwen res., and has t*?en u
resident of oar city foruome time tic.
is a ■ «uj»g man of exoeltoot haul s and
good business aidlity. well fitted to
I'owe). a;,, s busine,* visitor
“ make -w iJ>t wu rr ty went yeativxiay.
^ tltv. Cambers went to Oklahoma
t tty Monday on a t>u.->ines» trip.
■r*r. V A Weiser made a prcfe»-
s.onai trip to S eeker Wednesday
Tom Watts came down from Ana-
darko Sunday and rented a house and
will mo\e his family here and again
become an Apachan. lie will woik for
;. F. Warner. Tom tvu one of the
first residents of Apache, being the
first manager of what is now the Ful
Chas Kailey and Dale Simmons were
Maugum business visitors the first ol
ake "v the rewpoasibilMe*
'•lifer- J’ne Week* lle«*esv,
While one man if on tb» r r- cf the <«. on unity, extends e m nr. tula-
tions ana wishes that th**n- &up of
happiites* may •w Ik1 tilled to over-
'Yes, the Sun's enfe'
You can at all time: depend
on your watch to tell you
the exact time whenever
you cl loose to look at it if
you buy it fiom us. T.ie
only kind we carry are
W • nb u c :rrv a complete line of
Jewelry of till kinds at prices us
low or lu.ver ti: in m\ where tn or
out of tou it. h\ ry ui ticic- putir*
antt t .1 to f just es rc|'f,.‘ *nte I
fm ^eoauina of AH Kind?
C. A. DAVIS
At Amphlett’* Drug Store,
’rr0te 10 !tUSiiari'
^/\nd he wrot« it to the C/ar
There’!! be no German Empire
When we get over thar.
Gut Kaiser Bill found out,
What the tll;es were at e :
So he sent out the message,
You soluiers brave and
Come and do some 'ight’ag
For I’.elgiura - >o he: vuy.
And when they got tb- <:•
They soon wete the way
They shot down ‘Ant erp ,
For practice >n that da...
The English could n t stand t.
1’be Germans wer too.-., j
They eat up Freni h ar. I Rt s- at.
The English, Jans and ad.
The Germans got ih- now .
They sure have got thi 4 :
To eat up French and Uu»* an
And make the nglisi' n. .
(I ’aid Advertisement )
llvmuffman’t “Gutctte” Sale.
! We c«! your attention to the adver-
tisement of the A each* MercamMe
Departmect Store cm pages four and
five of 'his i>sue- < *u ■Saturday of
this week they wilt ftegin their am al
clearance aale, whtoli they h.cvedes'g
| na-ed as Uwir “Gutrite" -ale ouk
■ . I
a: the sto»<' if in n.-e of^anything in
the r lino l.n these da.'s o low-priced
cotton it is your duty to nake yc
dollars go aw far aw you )<.•*»;t.|y can
in purchasing the net. Mines and cot
foris of life.
Mrs iA Hugger and children wieot
to B-uncat. Wednesday od a visit.
Sheriff Tankenship was down from
Anacarko "h irsday on legal hitsioess.
Hatry l ng returned We inesdav
from a vi- 1 w -ih relar. ves at Ain-,’
The Chriatmaie-.ercises of the I’res-
byterianSuniiay School w . re held Vi'ed-
nigh’ of this week inaie»1 ■ •'
Thursday night of Ust week, bsviog
been postponed on account of ’hu
weather. The church wag arrange
a-, noted in this paper two weeks ago
and the program wan ran ie • out 1 ti
out a hitch and to tho intense • > -•
faction of all present
High Grade Short Horn Cat-
tle, Some Good Horne* and
Colts, Poland China Hogs
and Barred Plymouth Rock
Chickens, also Farm Imple-
ments, some prairie bay
fodder, and some bouae-
hold goods, k
3 miles south of Ft Cobb
F M Oswald left Tuesday morning
foi home at Portland, Oregon, af er
several weeks spent here visiting his ! *1* ■ 1
aan Andy ami family and looking after j I UCSQ&yj alftilllwiy
his farm one mile east of town. He'
went by the southern route, which
would get. him home without uassing
t trough the snow capped mountains.
Free Lunch at Noon
Mr, f- t. < row w«r to Human
e.!ot*t-day ,ti o. siness and to visit
1 dec FiW? ind wife, rvf
hei« . isi'ing his parents Air. and Mrs
J A. Fite.
Phoim 24 tor anvthmp in the line
of Fres-h Meats, Oysters, or anything
in the hue ot meats or groceries. I
WINTER ROBES 1
AND HORSE BLANKETS
COMFORT FOR MAN AND BEAST
Mrs Henr.v Sax. n wen: to Luwttn
' uursday noon to visit r*
ing sauwday evening
K' brn ; w came over from
1 etcher and spent ' bristnias with nis
rarents, Air. adJ N.'r.. U Twins
: Try a bottle of that r, r<
l mato Ketchup, regular 2:
value for 15 een’t. at Sto e’s
New Grocery Stitre.
G W. Tv tuple has rested the tiuLJ •
ing between Wue post oflmr an«t Drown #
Vurit) S'ore and will ojxvd ^Saturday
of this /eek with acompfe'em'w- stoo*
of groceries It t« Air. Temple s ln.ee
lion tu :nr y a stock of clei u frt-»f
groceries equal tv any mtown, to tnty | ng ft.im-BoJliclay, where he haU been
(>+ ctMb and sell tor cash on a close : to fill his regular fourth Sunday *p
margin ! lis stuck s all new and fresh pciutmenu
and you will do well to give him a1 _____
ro.|~u ,I,M I'.e4innro« J.nuar, la « will
cent. Enlertft'nmentl Po,tponfd. J^b dinierTo'L.« pan
!>ev Hogan returned Monday morn
You Will 1 ind a Most Complete Line at
HR ABE'S HARNESS SHOP I
F.vfiythwg it. Horte Millinery VI oik si Bestonablr Pr -
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
The t hrist'iiaseDtcr'ainmentswhich of toavn.
were to have been given at the various __
lehurofces on <!liri»tntas eve were all u- r r*!«ru ....
called oft on atrouutof the tnrlemea: m;)V evening to hrt‘'' Y' I,
weather with the exertion of the) Mia. Clark and Nell and other re x-
I Method, st entertainment. Lhe prog ram tive( aQl) frlelHit
j which was to have ueen renuereii at1 J____
I the ( brlstian church ww given Sun
| clay morning at ’he regular hour for
, preaching aud the treat din rt billed to
| the tiunday Nchou1 and all other litt e
We wish to extend the season s greetings to our
many cjstnmers and friends and to thank them tor
In this connection permit us to say th it there is plen-
ty of cash capital hack of this bank and a disposition
to be of real financial service to all responsible custo-
Mose Kauff.vnan Here.
Mr*. N. M. Kramer returned Wed-
nesday to her home at ItouglBs, (»k'a ,
after spending < hristma* wttb her
parents, Mi. ami Mrs J A.McMahan
M. Kauffman, the merchant prince
Of Apache and llenryetu. euuio over qh, ;,T~'
from the latter city Sunday and stient
Monday lookitg after hustneas inlet-
e»ts and visiting tncuds inthisclty.
Mose re|M)rts butine** fine in Henry-
etta. but tie like* to get hack to the
old .ownoccasionally. UUmany frlenos
in this city are always glad to sec his
smiling countenance in their uiiust-
Mrs. H. F. It,indie and children re-
turned Monday night from I’awbuska,
where they *>nt t . spend Chriatmas
with her parents. Mr aud .Mrs J A.
First National Bank,
W. T. Clark, Pros, J. M. Bohart, Cash
SL 0. Dolt, Bast. OasMsr
Newly Weds Here.
Luther Kinnard and wife, ol near
Ft Cobb, w *re here over Sunday vis
iting relative*. They were married at
Ft Cobb, ao we unueratanJ, on Christ-
mas day The bride was formerly Miss
Katie Glover and I* a niece of our fol-
low townsmvn, F V. iarion Luther
Is well kn two to moat Apachan*. The
Week's Review extends congratula-
Our old friend It L. Bush who lives
two mile* south of Cry II, tookadvai-
tage of the plt^ant weather and gis.d
roads to make
a busiOi ss visit ta onr
F I! d mi'8, cashier of the Stacker
State Hank, and Yolney Moore, owner
of one of the Stecker elevators, w^rr
business viaitots to our City Thursday
of last week.
Shelley Munkres*. our genisl and
good na’uredcity engineer wa*makin;>
call* Monday ami leav ing his card as
a reminder of tils visit, hut strange to
say, his visit w*» not hailed with ex-
ceeding joy by those he called upon
be was collecting water and light dll*
I have just received my new book of style* and samples
of Men’s Made-to-Measurc* Clothing for spring and summer.
1915. This sample book is sent out by Edward Rose \ Co.
or.e of the largest maker* of Men,* Clothing in the country,
and there is a wonderful range of fa iric* to choose from.
The prices range from
$13.50 to $36.50
a suit, and we absolutely guarantee perfect fit and satisfac-
tion and the best values obtainable for the money, (live me a
trial order and you will join the list of well dressed men,
who get their clothes at
j Saxon’s Tailor Shop.
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