The Week's Review (Apache, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 8, Ed. 1 Friday, October 20, 1916 Page: 1 of 10
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MAKE APACHE THE BEST TOWN
IN CADDO COUNTY. “BOOST”
THE WEEK’S REVIEW
PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS.
TRADE AT APACHE. “BOOS TM
APACHE, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20. 1916.
0. E. WHITE,
J. W. MEU1TT,
J. W HANNAH,
Apache State Bank
CMDO COUNTY 6ETS .
SECOND PLACE i boone township
We Will Handle Your Sale
4 per cent interest
paid on time deposits.
Watch, Clock and Jewelery Repair-
ing to M. M, THOMPSON, at Am*
phlett Bros., Drug Store. All work
Our clearing-out sale is still on and will continue until
all surplus stock is disposed of, therefore we quote the
following special prices:
$7.00 Hate at..........$475
$500 Hati at .... $350
$3.00 Hat* at............$2*>0
Alto Special Price* on all Children • Hat*
Located in what wqs the Grace Green Millinery Store
Mrs. Uzzie Goodman
Banner A^iculturalCounty ^ ^ ^ ^
Again Shows Supenorty date8 held a roU8ing meeting last
- Thursday night at Boone Consol-
TULSA COUNTY 6ETS FIRST dated School, six miles west of
Apache. The meeting was called
_ , _•< ,, ^ _ i.,j«AJto order by acting chairman,
But Even the Four Judg s ju(jge c, koss Hume of Anadarko
Were Unable to Figure out ^ Hume u 0f the Re-
How it all Happened publican County Executive Com-
- raittee. He introduced the can-
Caddo county didn’t get first didates and made fitting remarks
place in the county collective *x- 0f each. 'He also praised Boone
hibit at the state fair this year School for their nice building and
but it did get second poeition, and the good school they maintained,
should have had first. It took The first candidate introduced
the four judges a day and a half was Mr. A. P. Johnson of Came-
to figure out why Tulsa county gie( candidate for County Attor-
should be first, and finally con- Ley. Mr. Johnson spoke a few
eluded Mrs. Caddo county lost on Lunutes in regard to what he
its cotton and because one ear of stood tor, and as to how he would
com in a bunch of ten white ears ^ that the laws of the state and
iad a cob tinged with a pale fed county would be enforced. Mr.
cast. Johnson has been a resident of
But we should worry. Not- Oklahoma 15 years and has had
withstanding Mrs. the county *x- a law experience of forty years,
nbits this year were far and He said if elected to the office of
away better all around, and the County attorney he would repre-
competition for first place Was Lent all the people, without regard
stiffer than ever, we secured iec- to party or creed. He stated that
ond place on merit, and it wa* a I he was in favor of the strict en-
>roud victory for the county, for forcement of the laws, especially
Frank and Lula Thralls and for the Prohibition law.
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Mostetter, The next candidate introduced
all of whom helped to achieve was jfr. j. p. Ellison of Hydro,
the success. candidate for County Treasurer.
Those who saw the exhibit* in a few remarks as to
agricultural hall saw the most what he stood for and that he
remarkable gathering of farm pro- was m^ing the race on his record
ducts ever brought forth for dis- Lg a business man. We are in-
play. Government agricultural formed that Mr. Ellison has been
experts who attend Ml fairs stat- business in this county several
edthat there was nothing any- years and has made a success
where they had been to compare | ^ with this record he comes
with the display at the state fair. | bet ore the voters asking for their
Considering everything, Caddo J support. Mr. Ellison says he has
J. T. Wells Hardware
and Implement Co.
Wire Cribbing and Fence
W. C. Moyer and Mr. Gemell
arrived in Apache from Iowa last
Wednesday and stayed until Sun-
day with the former’s parents
Mr. and Mrs. Moyer. They
made the ti^p in an automobile.
Be sure and read our serial
We have just received a carload
of Barbed Wire and American
Fencing, including Wire Cribbing.
Let us Supply you.
J. T. Well* Hardware and
county may well feel proud of
getting second position.
It means a return in 1917 to
the head of the class.—Anadarko
Mr. Kelly arrived in Apache
from Tulsa Thursday to look af-
There will be a public sale held
on the John W Fletcher sarm 5
Mr. Rice, a Missionary from I miles east and 5 miles north of
China, gave two interesting lec-T Apache, 8 miles south of Ana
tuies at the Presbyterian church darko, 7 miles west of Cement,
Sunday. snd 4 miles yeast of Stecker, on
Wednesday Get. 25, commencing
at 10 o’clock a. m. 63 head of
cattle; 3 milk cows, 5 stock cows,
17 summer calves, 6 last winter
calves, 18 two year old heifers,
and 23 long yearling steers,
head good horses, 1 Peter Sheutler
wagon. 2 buggies, some harness.
Terms: 12 months.
Col. E. F. Herriff, Auct. J. Ben
Popejoy, Clerk, 1st Nat’hBank,
probably met more voters than
any man in the race and he be-
ie will get the largest vote of
any man in the county.
The third to speak was Prof.
D. M. Seism, from our neighbor-
ing town on the north, Stecker.
Mr, Seism is out for the office of
Public Instruction. He is mak-
ing the race on his record as a
school Superintendent of the
Stecker schools fox three terms
and previous to that he was Sup-
erintendent of the Cyril public
school. Therefore he is familiar
with the rules governing the
schools of Caddo County. Mr.
Seism had not a word to offer
against his opponet but was mak-
ing his own campaign.
The next candidate introduced
was W.H. Starkweather, of Ana-
darko. He is out for the office
of County Judge. Mr. Stark-
weather is an orator and an at-
torney as well and we feel that
J. I. BOM ART,
A. C. BOLF.
First National Bank
Ample Capital, Long Experience in Banting with * toil* to
Mrve our customers combine to maka this Bunk * moat diaif-
•Ue place to establish your uccount and credit.
Farm Loans Solicited
(Continued on last page)
Mother Is Happy
and no wonder she smiles, for stowed away in h^r
market basket of good things are some NICE
NEW “TOGS0 for that BOY of hers.
Our complete stock of BOY’S CLOTHING is sure
to please all Mothers. ^ •
All those who are indebted to me are requested
to come in and settle up. We wish to clean up all
of the accounts. So please come in at once.
G. F. Warner, Meat Market
and Grocery, okuhom.
If you will need any tires in the
next 60 or 90 days, now is the time
to buy. In order to reduce my stock
of tireslwill sell at following prices:
BE6INNIN6 MONDAY, OCTOBER 16,
ENBIN6 MONDAY, OCTOBER 30,1016.
“The Store Ahead.”
Our entire line of' ■■■■■ 1
Fall and Winter Millinery
Including Shapes, Feathers, Pattern Hats, Chil-
dren's Hats, Baby Caps, etc., we offer until Oct.28
___AT HALF PRICE
34x4 Safety Black Tread.........$19.55
34x4 Country Tread.............$21.86
Yours very truly,
Lake Oil Company
R. J. LAKE, Proprietor.
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Miller, John K. The Week's Review (Apache, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 8, Ed. 1 Friday, October 20, 1916, newspaper, October 20, 1916; Apache, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc952135/m1/1/: accessed January 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.