Renfrew's Record. (Alva, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 24, 1904 Page: 1 of 8
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ALVA. OKLAHOMA TERRITORY. THURSDAY. MARCH 24. 1904.
J. A. STINK. Prp.idrnt,
<i. K. NICKEL, Ca.hier.
GF/i. W. C&ttWKLL. Vice-President.
KKAXK G. MUNSON. A»»'t Cashier.
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First National Bank
Accounts of Merchants, Stockmen, Farmers and Individuals solicited.
Every accommodation extended consistent with safe and
Helena Wants High School. COttnty t ,
Adopted by the Helena Com-
mercial Club this 14th day of
Commercial Club Asks County J4arch
Commissioners to Take a Vote ’ Chag £n^ preiident
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W. J. KUSTBRa
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.
DIAMONDS, WATCHES, CLOCKS,
JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE.
Fine Line of FOUNTAIN PENS.
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To be given away with every dollars worth of goods,
you get a ticket on five valuable prizes.
1st. Ten Dollars in Greenbacks.
2nd. Ladies’ Cloak.
3rd. Ladies’ Fine Hat.
4th. Pair Fine Shoes.
At Miss Emma Huston's.
She has just secured a Spring line of up-to-date Millinery,
Ladies’ Ready Made Clothing, Shoes, Neckwear, Belts, Mil-
itary Waist Sets, Gloves, Umbrellas, Corsets, Ribbon, Laces
and Notions. Will sell at low prices on up-to-date merchan-
One door west postoffice.
Prom the Helena Free Frew*
At a special meeting of the
commercial club held Monday
night the following resolutions
were passed unanimously:
Resolved, That the Helena
'commercial club hereby requests
I the board of county commission-
ers of the county of Woods to
call an election to be held at the
same time as the coming gener-
al election, to vote upon the prop-
osition of establishing at or near
Helena, a county high school,un-
der the provisions of article ten
of the territorial school laws.
Realizing that, aside from the
general benefits which will ac-
crue to every part of the county
by reason of having a free high
school, Helena and the county
adjacent to it would derive espec-
ial benefits because of its loca-
tion at this point, we therefore
pledge to Woods county a fund
of t5,ooo to be used as the board
of trustees of the school dictate
in the building and establishing
of said school, provided a school
building be erected to cost the
sum of $15000.
We further pledge ourselves
that should the board of com-
missioners for reasons that seem
good to them, see fit to call the
election to establish such high
school at some other point in the
county than Helena, we will vote
for it and support it; for, while
for obvious reasons our first
choice is Helena, we are willing
to sink our personal wishes to
promote the common good of the
C. E Wilhite, Sec. pro tem
Annual Contest N- N. S.
Friday evening at the normal
hall occurred the last half of the
annual contest. During the de-
j Spring House
bate the reporter was first con- ^
vinced that the U. S. government 1
should not fortify the isthmus of ^ js at hand and many people are interest-
M,. wnLTS led in knowing where to purchase carpets
£ etc. Our stock of Carpets, Rugs, Portier-
£ res, Lace Curtains, Oil Cloths, Lineole-
ums, etc., etc., is the largest and most-
complete we have ever shown. Beautiful
^ new patterns at a less price than the cat-;
£ alogue houses charge for last year's styles,
f> and you can see the style and quality be-
v fore purchasing.
the negative convinced him
that U. S. should fortify the
canal. Messrs J. M. Kelso and
Rutledge were equally successful
in changing his mind twice more.
The judges then decided in favor
of Messrs J. M. Rutledge and
Wallace Wilmot the Occident
contestants; at last the reporter
was for ever convinced of the
advisability of the proposed for-
tification. After the debate Messrs
Lymon N. Rutledge and Claude L.
Scott entertained the audience
with song. The gentlemen were
both deserving of the point con-
tested; Since only one could win.
Mr. Claude L. Scott the Occident
won the point. The Piano solo
which was next contested by
Misses Ethel Grove and Petri
Buck gave the judges an oppor-
tunity to discrimnate between the
interpretations of two perfect
musicians to decide the point,
emagination must be called to use,
for technic and interpretation
could be excelled in neither case.
We can save you money on;
Remember that with every dollar pur-
chase in our Dry Goods or Clothing rooms,
cuuiu OB ___r you get a vote that may send one of your;
Tbepomtwas given to Miss Buck, * ..V friends to the St. Louis exposition'
th* Orient contestant. The Oc- P J
won the annual
Our Big Combination
and Rad Tag Sale.
Begins Saturday Morning, March 26
and closes Saturday Night, April 2.
A BIG LINE LADIES’ TAILOR SUITS, just re-
ceived from one of the largest suit factories in America,
will be offered to you during this sale at wholesale price.
This is an opportunity never before given to the Ladies
of this part of Oklahoma, and we believe that our effort to
interest and please them will be appreciated,for these suits
are of the new fabric and made up in the very latest
styles, and we are in a position to make prices that only a
wholesale house can meet.
NOTE THESE PRICES
free of expense money.
One lot worth $12.50 at $8.00
One lot worth 18.00 at 12.50
One lot worth 25.00 at 18.00
One lot worth 15.00 at 10 00
One lot worth 20.00 at 15.00
One lot worth 30.00 at 20.00
We are giving more style and quality in
Clothing than the same money buys elsewhere
and that is just the reason our clothing business
is expanding so rapidly.
It is satisfied customers that make a business
boom. We satisfy all customers, so we can’t
help growing. Special prices on all clothing
and furnishing goods during this sale. It’s your
opportunity to buy spring and summer Clothing.
We have the'finest MILLINERY DEPART-
MENT in Western Oklahoma, and to see our
offerings in this department means that you will
wear our hats.
THE FULL EASTER DISPLAY is here
to select from and you must be an early bird to
get the pick.
You will pay less than ever be-
fore for high grade dress fabrics
at this sale. The opportunities
in this department are too num-
erous to mention. Don t fail to
501 pair Shoes on
sale at about half
Dr. Wright Lectures.
Monday evening, Dr. Geo. E.
Wright of Alva lectured on tem-
perance in the Congregational
church to a crowded house. Rev.
J. S. Malone opened the services.
Solos were sung by Miss Nellie
Cowgill, Rev. Hutchins of the
Friends’ church and Prof. John
Casto of Stella Academy and
Rev. I. L. Hodge made the clos-
ing remarks. Dr. Wright’s many
friends wish him Godspeed in his
Don’t go tiger-hunting
The battle is half won if you
are despised by your enemy.
He that seeks friends must
make his friendship worth seek-
Before going into a fight make
sure that your big brother is
The City Tickets.
Three city tickets are now in
the field and there are strong,
able men on all of them. Any
voter acquainted with the candi-
dates ought to be able to make a
satisfactory ticket for himself
by a judicious selection from the
three tickets now in the field.
We publish the three tickets in
full this issue. The citizens
ticket was nominated Thursday
evening March 10. The Socialist
ticket Saturday evening March 12,
and the Peoples ticket, Thursday
evening March 17. The meeting
which nominated the last named
ticket was called by Mayor Cofield
and it looked as though the entire
male population of the city had
turned out; there being about 200
present. The probate court room
was crowded almost to suffication.
Col. W. W. Campbell was called
to the chair and by the use of his
powerful lungi and a big hickory
cane he soon produced order out
of chaos and everything moved
off smoothly. We are glad to see
that all classes are taking an act
ive interest in the coming elec-
tion, and we believe that the
officials elected will represent
not only the best business inter-
ests of the city, but the moral
interests as well. Alva, with
her large public school and great
Northwestern Normal School can,
and should elect the best material
she has ,to administer her munic-
The regular yearly examina-
tion of pupils for graduation from
the common school will be held
April 14 and 15 1904 at the places.
County Superintendents office;
Districts No. t42, Capron; 141
Bethel,south of Bethel;213 Galena
144, Dane; i45,Roscoe; 271, Rusk;
264, Ringwood; 262. Aline; 103, year club and have learn many things concerning the
Karoma; 242, Augusta; 69, Chero- fof motto> «Make hay j „heathen Chinee.” The ladies
kee; 18, Byron; 38, ch®ster’ 84, while the sun shines.” Their of the W. p. M. S. of the M. E.
HI•« «*«* ""»*>• “ Dr-
^ , . T_____-__1 . . « “Cat/-
It is better to aim and miss
than to keep your hand in your
M- E. Church.
Mrs. Dr. Julia Donahue a re-
turned missionary from China
rendered exceptionally good serv-
ice at the M. E. church last Sun-
day. What she told us of China
will not be forgotten soon. On
next Sunday the pastor will
preach both morning and evening.
Special attention will be given to
the present local conditions of
Alva and what is needed in our
coming election. A special pro-
gram is being prepared for Easter
Sunday and we will have a mis-
sionary rally in the morning and ^ Missionary from China.
; spent some years in China as a
good p„t0, mis.ion.ry ‘ spoke interesting
-LS * | on the manners and customs of
Spanish Lady. <&« Chinese at the M. E. church,
r _________ Sunday morning and evening.
Stay With'Em, Her talks were most entertaining
The young women of Green, and those who failed to hear her,
Iowa have organized themselves missed a good opportunity to
If you wait for other fellows
to hit first you may never land
By kicking him often enough
and getting away unhurt a rabbit
might kill a bulldog.
When you have decided to
fight don’t wait for the other
fellow to pick out a soft place on
which to fall.
men; 179. Jet; 4° Ingersol; 47.
J. B. COOPRIDER,
“Catch ’em early, keep 'em late.
We’re the girls who are np to date.
Blind ’em, fool, ’em, rope ’em in.
Before the new year comes again.”
— — J O *
Donahue at the beautiful home of
Mrs. Wiggins, on College avenue
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