Woodward County Democrat and Palace Weekly Pioneer. (Woodward, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 6, 1908 Page: 4 of 8
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and Pamce Wukkli 1‘iom.kk
Published every Thursday at Wood-
By WM. A FINE.
Admitted tothe mails at Woodward
Okla., as second class
For President......... >\ M. J. BKYAN,
For Vice Prenidont JOHN W. KERN,
For U. S. Senator---- THOS. P. GORE.
of Law ton
For Congressman .... E. L. FULTON.
For Representative .............I. W. HART
Bryan does not want a single
tainted dollar used in his behalf.
Woodward. Okie.. July 10. 1908.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Notice ia hereb> niven by the undersigned. W. I
J. Dr nkell. arid Georv6 M. Werline. heretofore i
oHniwnff the partnership of Driakell* Werline,
and having their office and place of business at
woodward, 'n the County of » oodward in the
State of Oklahoma.
That on this the 16th day ot July. 1908. the
above named parties to-wit, ». J. Drmkell and
Creo k*‘ M. Werline have mutually consented to
dissolve the afnreesid partnership.
That all accounta payable to the said firm a e j
payable to W. J. Driskell, and (hat he is to assume
the payment of all outstanding? accounts held
uirainst the said firm.
Gkoroe M. Wehline I
i ■ u. *. W. J- Driskell
NOTICE OF APPLICkTP 'N FOR LETTERS OF
In the County Court of the Countv of Woodward.
State of Oklahoma:
Dl.D** matter of the estate and Administration
of VV illiani Kivlehen deceased.
Notice is hereby Riven that Florence Kivlehen
of ( urtis, Oklahoma, widow of W illiam Kivlehen, Hr(i nrannr?
deceased, has filed in said Court a petition, pi ay- . .
imr that Florence Kivlehen lie appointed Admin- tltlOS large
istrator of the estate of William Kivlehen dec-as- i •
ed. and that Monday the 10th day of AurusI 19i)H
at 10 o chirk a. m., of said day, beiriR a ilay of a
reirular teim of this < ourt. to-wit, of the July
term. A. I).. 19o8, at the County Court room in the
court h .use in the city of 0. oodward. intheCouti-
ty of Woodward, Slate of Oklahoma, has been set
for heirii.R said petition when and where you are
hereby cited to appear and show- cause, if any you
sa'' Pe,tti«nshould not be irrantid.
Witness the JudRe of said Court, and the seal
thereof affixed this pith day or Julv A D.. 1908.
„ . , T.L.OB. YAN,
Charles Swindall. County JudRe.
Attorney for Petitioner.
First dub July 23-19 8-14t3
htintl) Matin Point*
Made by an old painter who
knows how to make it.
J. H. Cornell & Co., has in-
stalled a paint manufactory at
Woodward, Oklahoma comer
12th and Western Avenue north
of Santa Fe Railroad track.
Nothing but the best and most
durable materials used. We
are prepared to furnish in quan-
''ir&e or small and any
desired. Give us your
and we will save you
C. H. Martin, Vice-Pres. W. J. Martin, Cashier
Central Exchange Bank.
A General Bunking business
WE SOLICIT TOUR ACCOUNT
------ W ■ WIWVI
Notice is hereby given that the Hoard
of County Commissioners of Woodward
county will receive open bids for the
construction of a 100 foot span C. to C.
steel bridge over Wolf creek, 1 mile
south of Fort Supply reservation, 17
foot concrete abutments, each bidder to
He wants the campaign money iK!JS^3S32^
tO come trom the neonle Slonr! . to he for nnnetrnotinn thu
to come from the people. Send
one dollar to Dr. D. H. Patton,
treasurer of the Woodward Bryan
Club, and get a nice souvenir
An effort is being made over
in the east end to pry off the
prohibition lid, but as fast as it
comes loose Governor Haskell has
it nailed on a little tighter. The
Governor is to be congratulated
upon the promptness with which
he meets an emergency, and Ok-
lahoma is to be congratulated up-
on having such a governor. As
long as we have the prohibitory
law, lets have it enforced. If the
people did not want the law’s en-
forced they should have elected
someone else governor.
Taft, the candidate, calls at-
tention to the fact that the Re-
publicans have selected a nation-
al treasurer from a state that
compels the publicity of campaign
contributions by law, w’hile the
Democrats did not, and says that
the Republicans are compelled to
make a public statement of the
contributions received while we
must rely upon the promise of the
Democrats. Mr. Taft might have
added that with the Republicans
compulsion is necessary to get a
statement even “after election”
w’hile with the Democrats a pro-
mise is equivalent to the perform-
to be for immediate construction, the
successful bidder to be paid in time
warrants running three years, at 6 per
cent interest. Rids will be considered
on Monday, Aug. 17, 1908. The right
is reserved to reject any and all bids.
12-5t _ Co. Clerk
State of Oklahoma i
County of Woodward. (
Notice of hearinR of return sale of real estate
In the matter of the hearinR of return of sale of
real estate in the county court of Woodward
County of the minor heirs of Rose Boyle.
Notice is hereby Riven that Ezra Boyle the duly
qualified and appointed Guardian of the estate of
Alta Boyle and Mildrad L. Boyle minor heira of
Rose Boyle deceased, has returned and presented
for confirmation and filed in said court his return
of to* sale of the followinR real estate of said ea-
tot* tat-wiLWa 23-24-22. in Block 28 and in Eaat
" oodward County. State of Oklahoma
Monday the 5th day of October 1908. at
10 o clock a. m. of Midday at the County Court
room in the City of W oodward in said County,
of Woodward, has been duly appointed by said
court, for hearing said return, at which time any
person interested in said estate may appear and
lilt his exceptions in writinR to Mid return tnd
contest the eame. and are hereby referred to said
return for further particulars.
, I® teethnony whereof, I have hereunto set my
hand and affixed the seal of said court this 14th
day of July. !»«.
(Flret Puk Jufc OTft* C°,,Bty J0d~
Patronize Home Industry
|. H. Cornell &
A. M. APl'FXOET.
Ftr.st Door Xo th of Court House.
N P. VANTIS
Attorney ar Law.
Office over Davis’ Drug store.
WOODWARD - ; - OKLAHOMA.
»4S hereby given that whereas Charles
T0”*! * .D*"™ Roberts husband and wife, on
April l*>th. 1»«. made, executed and delivered to
D** National Bank, a corporation of CaW-
K;n"“* tb«lr certain assignment of the lease
of all of section 36. township twenty-two (22).
range nineteen West, in Woodward County. State
or Oklahoma, as collateral security to secure the
payment of among other notes, a eeitain note
dated April 16 1906 for Three Thousand <*3000.001
Dollars and due July 19th. 1906
Signed by Charhs Roberts and I .aura Roberts
And where** there U now pto*t due and owing
on said note the sum of *428.53. with interest there
**** per cent per lnnum from June
Now. therefore, the Caldwell National Bank, a
corporal ion of Caldwell Kansas, will on Wednes
AUKU-St 26th; A D . 1908. at 13» o'clock, in
the I M . at the eart front door of the Court
louae, intheeity of Woodward. W<Mjciuanl County
State of Oklahoma, offer foraile at public auction
and sell for cash to the highest bidder said above
described lea.se on the above
•iesonbpl land to natisf) said note and coat of this*
pr<*eeoing and the paymentof past due rents arid
assessment* due the State of Oklahoma.
The v,aldwell National Ban*, a cor poration. of
C aid well Hanna*. Assignee.
U-5t First Pub July 23. 19 *K.
i wnnc.1 MINU j=
COUNSELOR AT LAW I
Iff I i VI .. i . If til a s -•> ........
RitwM o GKHLAt'H BANK BUILD'G
. FOR SALE—First Class Na-
tional Cash Register cheap for-!
cash or will sell for part cash and
balance on installments, first
block East of Post Office.
C. R. Cutter
Martinson & Raynor are giving
trade stamps with all purchases
sThe stamps get valuable pre-
minums Ask about them. 24. tf.
Iron Bedstead* from $2.00 to
$10.00, Chairs from 60 cents to
$25.00 each at Woodmansee’s.
603 Main street.
Everything up to now at Wood-
603 Main street
Everything in Carpets, Rugs,
Art Squares and Linoleum at
Woodmansee’s. 603 Main street
‘District 76” shoes atC. R.
Cutter’s. A full line in all sizes.
Hiey will do to tie to. 38-tf
toy’s and Men’s
C. 13. CTTXXEK.
Center of Block East of Post Office.
Martinson & Raynor have the
complete line in town. Ask about
their trade stamp premiums 24-tf.
If you want good things to eat
Martinson & Raynor have a
complete line of everything. Call
for trade stamps which give you
FOR SALE—We have a 2 1-2 horse
power gasoline engine for sale; will put
it in first class running order for $60.
Also some new S-inch leather belting,
some shafting and several pulleys, all
new, and used only a short time. We
run our presses by electricity and have
no use for them. Make us an offer.
The Democrat, Woodward, Okla.
Why James Lee Got Well.
Everybody in Zanesville, 0., knows
Mrs. Mary Lee, of rural route 8. She
writea: “My husband, James Lee,
firmly believes he owes hia life to the
use of Dr. King’* New Discovery. His
lungs were so severely affected that
consumption seemed inevitable, when a
fmnd recommended New Discovery.
We tried it, and its use has restored
him to perfect health.” Dr. King’s
New Discovery ia the King of throat
and lung remedies. For coughs and
colds it has no equal. The first dose
gives relief. Try it! Sold under
jaurantee by all druggists. 50c and
1.00. Trial bottle free.
Some venerable lady in the
Bulletin last week wept great
crocodile tears because of the j»me. „
neglected condition of the graves jo.mZ
of “our nation’s heroes” at Fort T“-------
Supply cemetery, and contributed
State of Oklahoma. <
Woodward County. I
In The Dihtrict Coubtin Ani» FoeSaidCoi n’V
„ „ And State
Peter Martinson, Plaintiff.
James Hasting-., a* execu- I
tor of the will and estate
of Zelah J Benn, debased
J a m e * Hasting*.
cea e*i. Fine Teten* and
R <U*rt Benn, Defendant*
NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SAI.F OF LAND.
M ‘RTGAGE FORFCl.OSt RF
$1 to the editor of that paper to 3
A * 1 ' ......., Vk.«jdwa-<i county. Slate of Oklahoma, on the 26' h
L»y of July 19*>. in an aetion wherein i'eter
I Maitinhon. was plaintiff and James Hasting- a*
■ executor «.f the will and estate of Zelah J Benn.
deeftated and JurneH Ha*tings a* (»uarrjian <*f the
start a fund for their relief. As
a matter of fact there is not a
soldier buried at Supply. When
the government abandons a mili-
tary post, the soldiers bodies are
removed to a national cemetery.
There are doubtless a few civil-
ians and Indians in the old ceme-
tery at the Fort, but no “heroes.”
But, if those fellows who are try-
ing. succeed in prying the lid
loose in Oklahoma, the Bulletin
force can get a couple of cold bot-
tles with that dollar.
Messrs. Farra, Smith, Young and
Bouquot visited Mooreland last Thurs-
day to attend the meeting at which
Congressman Fulton spoke in the even-
ing. They report the meeting well
attended and say that Mr. Fulton en-
tertained them in a manner to well
repay them for the trip. Mr. Fulton
waa in Woodward for a time the next
day, on hia way to Shattuck, but as
the atop waa a abort one, but few of
our citisena got to meet him. However
he promisee to return to our city in the
•Mr future, and meet with all our
FOR SALE-First Class Na-
tional Cash Register cheap for
cash or will sell for part cash and
balance on ins*allments. his
block East zf Post Office-
C. R. Cutter
TO LET—Some 150 acres or
more good hay to be let on halves
in stack on Wolf Creek, 3 miles
west of Tangier.
25-2t A. 0. Kincaid.
40 Go-Carts cheap at Wood-
mansee’s. 603 Main street.
For Sore Feet.
minor of Z«i.hT''knm ,hT ,/°UUd Bu<*,en’® A™ica
Terer- at,.I Robert B«nn mere.lef^ndanU d‘n«l«l >alv<' to bt* the proper thing to use for
to me the Shenffof Woodward County. Oklahoma. *°re feet, KS well as for healing burns
commanding mt* to levy uDnrt krvl .*•!! ifi»ll*»«a. <nn.,a ______ * * *
W. F. KELLEY
Buyer incL Sliipper of*
Highest market priens paid. Phone 304, woodward, Okla
Ask for Quotations,
sores, cuts, and all manner of abra-
conimandinir me to levy upon and seli the follow--
injr property, t/ewit
North half IN1*) of the Northwest (N W’4)
quarter, and the We«t halfiW ,) of the North-
eaat INLH quarter of Seetion Twenty Three 2:)).
in town-hip twenty-three (23). north of range
twenty-one (211. Went Indian Meridian, contain-
ing one hundred and aixty acre*, to natinfy a
judgment and de<*ree of foreclosure in favor of
HMMi plaintiff and again*t *aid defendant*, ob-
tained and made in aaid court on the 24th day of * ' -----
January. I9UM. for the »um of three hundred ' presents the apttearance of
fifty-nine and 261 0 dollar-, with interent thereon
fro*n the 24lh day of January. 19U8. at 12 l>er cenl
per annum, and r,a«t» and accruing ciMts, and
fifty dollars an attorneys fee*. ------ ---
,!.u.'!! o** 11 '}*.K AutcuMt. a I) 1908. hj found inside, and a hundred gallon tank
sions, writes Mr. W. Stone, of East T LI 1 II L ii , ,
S!‘trMPf, *irarp's lablelS| Ma,te,s' Headstones and Cemetery Wort
mi.rantee hv .11 Hni.n.l. ^X<3Z3iOF, X»IOpri©tOt.
Two Blocks South, 1 1-2 Blocks East of Depot, Woodward, Okla.
been oompletly remodeled inside, and
city bath house. Botn enclosed and
open showers as well as tub baths
I oil, OI me oiai oay oi Auifunt. A I). 1908. at
the hour of 2 o'clock F. M of naid day at the front
door of the Court Hnuae in the City of Woodward,
in Maid County and State, offer for -ale and nell
for cash to the hixheet bidder the naid property
above <l«**rril*<ij or no much therwif a* will natinfy
naUi judgment, with interent and coat*.
Witne*» my hand thia 26th day of July 1908.
John J. Borqi'oT.
Sheriff of WiMaJwaid County, Oklahoma.
15-5t Firet Pub . July 80. 1908
The Woodward Shower Bath Com-
pany opened up for business last
Wednesday at 11th and Main Avenue,
opposite tha Cattle King Hotel. Thia
ia an enterprise which should be a go
In Woodward, as there were previous
to thie no shower bathe in town. The
building occupied by the Company haa
keeps a liberal supply of hot water on
tap at all times. The hours at which
the building will be open to the public
will be for the present from 2:00 to
6:00 p. m. and from 7:30 to 9:30 p. m.
A polite attendant is in charge, and
the best of service is given to those
who wish to take advantage of a clean
shower hath. A cold shower is not a
bad thing in hot weather, and a great
number of |>eople will no doubt patron-
ize the showera during the sultry
weather for the cooling effect alone.
Such an institution will do much to add
to the attractive appearance of Wood-
H. A. BR0CKHAUS
Two car'loads of Wagons and Bugfties one car of Mow-
«r* and Rakes seventy five cultivators
Lots of binders.
R. E. DAVIS DRUG CO.
For Everything in their Line
the tewn*^ 10 th* **n*r*1 •t«bffity>,of I A COMPLETE LINE OF DRUGS, MEDICINES ANO SUNDRIES
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