Renfrew's Record. (Alva, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 24, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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Published Every Thursday.
TERMS: One Dollar Per Year
J. P. RENFREW Editor end Pufe.
We predict tke greatest co-cp-
erative movement amccg farmers
the neat few months ever known
in history. The national organ-
ization will sweep tke country. _
I:. eodent e!eva*.:r companies
should emulate the association at
4' Woods County > £
jl A Gleanings. JY |
FFOM ALL AROUND.
Gathered by tin- Record's
C. *rrc»|> *iden t».
i Money to Loon a Month
I dn ncthm^ bnt loan
Telephone No. 99.
Preston, Kan. The only way to
co-operate is to get together. If
each place waits for the ether to
Official Paper of Woods Co. take the lead the trust will get
yon all. Be courageous and
THURSDAY, MARCH 24 brave and form the national or-
ganization as rapidly as possible.
By a swift and united action
7: farmers can gain their ccmmer-
Wheat, X ). 2 new............
Hen*, per lb ..... .........
Spring*, per lb............
l»u auU ra._i..e» |Mk*e<l tnrv.ugn our
neighborhood !a»t Sunday.
Dick Crilley and family of Carmen :
na» moved on Joe Strickland'* farm
formally the A tier farm, which they j
Cherckee is proud of her Urge, h*Vf ret”e< ,or **»• «*““»■»* year.
The Christian church ha* secured,
Kev. Barnet to preach once a mouth
for the uext six month*.
Mr. Fred Ashley who hat been tick
for the pa*t two montha tat teen at
Fairview is to hsve s cemeterv,
one and a half miles from the
first-class Hotel Henderson
opened to the public March 7th.
I do nothing but loan
money cn real estate, no
matter where located. Do
you desire a loan? Wl -
F. Armington Peavey,
Mortgage Broker, Dept.
M., :09c Fulton Street,
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs Charles Bickett
1 cial freedom. Sluggishness will Cherckee .eft for their new Athley laat week
jj let the enemy capture you. Who ^ome Colton, California, .ast joe Strickland hat connection with
til will be the nest to join with wee^-
John Gibson of Helena, hes
We hsve receivedjhe first num- g0Be t0 Santa Monica, Califor-
Pttb- njt) t0 ^ gone shout three
Snc'sccd' •’*< ber of the Avsrd Tribune
lished st Avsrd, this county, the months.
new town at the present termi-
nus of the A. V. k W. on the
Santa Fe southwest of Alva.
Hr .eder «f Ike People t Parle central
..am.tier tke executive loaaiUee wilt
Beet at Inferaoll * Friday, March Sth, to
rooter with the democratic central commit-
tee .r. regard to the eSectlou of delegate* to
the . ongrr**i<«al convention and, *uch oth-
er bu*lne*a a> may properly come before
the rommittre All Populists. whether
membor* ot the committee or not are In-
vited to tir prevent J P RENFREW. Cbm
A T WHITWORTH Secretary
Democratic Committee Meeting-
The Uemocratlc committee of Wood*
county la hereby called to meet at Ingersoll
Oklahoma. ..n Prtday.March z&ui.at I o clock
p m The committeemen from every town-
chip should be prevent and In the township*
hue r.g n.. ommitteman the Drm.cr»t*| .auI Liberal, Kansax, recently. Death
abould gel it’celbrr and elect <»ne All Den* •OClAlllt ptpCI, pUDllSDCu 1Z1 AlVt
o. rat« are invited u> attend mu meeting on |by l>e Hoffman, and edited by waa cauaa“ * ***1 from his
^un^ouan".'?'" “ b““nf“ *• E. L- Hunter and A. MacAr- hor,e while cuttin* out * bunch S
t h Mi Uughimcbm. ingrrw.ii. thur of Cleo. It is a neat vcol- °*
W F. Hatfield. Sec v. Alva. Oklahoma ”
The school land lessees met in
i Ingersoll, March nth and will
is s nest 6 column folio edited by hold ^tix next meeting at Cleo,
Caleb M. Bales, agent of the the and Saturday in April.
Avard town company, and ia well: _
edited and full of local news.The R. C. Venamop, who has been
paper is republican in politics. in the in baaineaa at Ingerion
We we come Mr. Bales to the ed- for aoBe tiffie( haa t0 Seat.
itorial fraternity of Wood, coun- tle Waahaad may remain.
ty and wish him succeaa. _
We have received”the first is- “jj** I btwbood have had a t..te of measles,
sue of The Challeage. the new Granton* d,ed at h,# home near
Athley by phone.
School closes in districts 5*1 and ;-
There will be a box social given at
the Short Spring* school house next
Friday uight for the purpose of rais-
ing money for Brother McWilliams.
School election in districts 50 and 52,
There will be a debate between Rev.
Ingle of Cherokee and a minister of
Missouri April 21.
There wa* a dance at Mr. Weibner'*
Saturday night, a surprise on Miss
T. P. Lowe a graduate of a buxine**
college of Texas, but whose home it at
Ashley has secured employment at the
First National bank of Alva.
Nearly all the families of the neigh-
Christian Endeavor every Sunday
night at 7:30.
To Tuk Px«>ei.x» Yotmm
Wooim CofkTT, Oklahoma
In accordance with the rules snd regula-
tion* of the Proplr* Party County Central
Committee of Wood* county. Oklahoma. 1
berebv call primaries In the various elec-
tion precinct* at the usual voting place on
Saturday, April tnd I9M for the pur|«>*c of
electing county central committeemen. One
. ommltleeman should lie elected In each
precinct Each <ommltleeman or populist
should give notice of this rail a- far a* pos-
sible The number of precincts by Ui»n-
E. L. Frazier, editor of the
It it a neat
umn folio, all home print and
chuck full of itrong socialist doc- ~ — *;“"*• ......... “? The following marriage license
• trine. We with the infant sue- *m8woo<* Leader, has gone back bave been issued since our last re-
cess to his old job as telegraph opera- port.
tor in the south part of the tern-; j0hn L. Just, Fairview and
WM. AECKERLE, Prop.
The first-class Bakery of Alva.
Corner of Fifth street and
Shaving Parlor and
First Class Work
Give Us a Call.
Buys a policy in the
ANCE COMPANY, of
Illinois, which pays you
$50.00 A MONTH
For any kind of Acci-
dent or $50.00 a month
for any kind of sick-
ness. This is just like
paying lodge assess-
ments with the differ-
ence you don’t have to
die to get your money,
if you are sick or hurt
the money comes in
romptly every month.
;ee or write
Joseph E. Johnston
ALVA, 0. T.
Seldom Equal, bo. M474
Thoroughbred Poland-China Hogs
Price* so low no one can afford to
keep scrub* For particulars call at
mvfarm, X. W section 1», township
M. range It, or address,
ALLEN E. HERE, Kiowa, Eu.
SAMPLE & NOAH.
A. CRAIG. !AlTa<
Merchant Tailor, —
Suits made to order, fit guaran- C7T T T 7 CTT
Populist Primary. tory and Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Anna Krause, Rusk, |Henry H. jneatiy drae“south*sfde^sqiare* /U-* JL/1
Notice is hereby given thst a Johnson have taken charge of Unruh, Fairview and Anna Just, J Alva, Okla.
meeting of the voters of the Peo- that paper. Success to them. Rusk; John W.Means and Elnora _[_!_
pie’s Party of Alva City will be - Maxwell, Waynoka; Oscar Har-1 a n biut. m d j a. bowuxo, m. d
held at the City Hall, Alva, Sat- We are glad to learn from the ley and Nellie Carter, Freedom; _ office of -
urday,April 2 1904,at two o’clock Ingersoll Review that the report Gideon F. Campbell and Martha r> R’lh jp, r i-
n. m.. for the nnrnns* nf wlwrtincr that Adam Belts’ four-vear-nld U.l.c P.rrv. Un* P t3IIDy Ot DOWllHg
»mp-Ar. u-1. .I,,*-. And t-ntiue* thr .m p. m>) for the purpose of electing that Adam
mutre to members Including Jrflrrson I , , . ■
four county central committee-
Cleo. ........ ........................
Deep Creek........ ...................
Kag leek iff...............................
Jefferton. •*(*<* Hound Grove and Stout
Pr" 1men, one for each voting precinct
i*-|j-i:-ss | r
or ward in Alva.
J. P. Renfrew, Chairman.
There will be a meeting of the
v. Populists at Ames Saturday,April
r 2, at 3 o’clock, for the purpose of
.it selecting a township committee
and attending to such other bus-
.*-27 iness as may come before the
Allen Crow, Chairman.
None but the choicest meats sold.
Highest cash paid for hides, furs
and poultry. Fish and game »n
Long & Rutledge,
Mrs. R. E. Hart, daughter of Lost. ^ IIW l’H\SIC1ANS and SURGEON
Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd, near Inger- Lost on Saturday March 19th.' VTTTTP TT .,, ALVA, OKLAHOMA,
soil, died la Oklahoma City, somewhere between the Alva ' ' J.V, ' ' UKt All calls aasvered promptly day
March :3th 1904, aged 39 Normal and the Eagle Chief a v " _V, Office Phone 43.
years, 8 months and 1 day. The box containing about 1000 feet of Undertaking Residence Phones:
Belts’ four-year-old Bales, Farry; Roy B. Ozmun and
boy had lost his life in the terri- Myrtle Fox, Whitehorse; John
ble dust storm March 3rd is a W. Bailey and Grace Winder
mistake Although the child King, Woodward; DeWitt Stev-
drifted nearly a mile from home, ens, Pennalosa, Ks., and Sarah |
he was not hurt. Grooms, Lerado, Ks.
BURSLARS IN BRIDE'S BED.
remaius were buried at Ingersoll, half inch rope, about 20 feet of !
March 14th the funeral services 1 1-4 inch gas pipe,$2 00 worth of
being conducted by Rev. Ingles. Paris Green and two pairs of
- shoes, No. I2’s,and other articles
The first child born in Avard, too numerous to mention. A lib-
Fortunateiy for Young Couple TaU is the daughter of Mr. ana Mrs. eral reward will be paid for in-
Happtned in France. j? Robertson, who run an formation leading to their recov-
sumlng new ar.d bizarre aspects. The eating house in a tent. She was cry. Address Aren McCray,
latest example is the gallantry of two born Sunday, March 13th and the Hopeton, or myself.
J. F. Conner,
!*lea*r notify the county chairman or sec-
retary the name and addres* of your com-
mitteeman a-soon a* possible, so that we
can be prepared to do effective work In the
campaign J P RENFREW, Cbm
A T WHITWORTH, Sec
California Democrats have in-
structed for Hearst.
burglars toward a newly married cou- j Tribune suggests Avard Robert- j
M. and Mme. Leroy returned to son as an appropriate name for
their house at Vincennes recently ■ the new comer.
from their honeymoon trip. To their , _
surprise they found in the passage a ; '
large number of parcels. James W. DeFever died at his
Rutledge 21, Long 36.
We have a car load of choice
Thos B. Finley, county treas-
urer of Kiowa county, died at
his home in Hobart, March 14th
after an illness of several weeks.
•No doubt It Is mamma, who has home near Elkton, March 14,1904,1 nursery stoc^ °* every descrip-
sent tome things In our absence," said d tt- j:aj U°n for sale on south side of
the brld«- B 7 Y 1 a a sauare east of Courier office
The couple went upstairs, but hard- three weeks before. Nine chil- J* ’ .
ly had the wife cast a glimpse Into j dren survive. Mr. DeFever was ^ome aEd see lf ln °eed_ any*
the bedroom when she sprang back ,D -r, thing in our line. Special terms
*'U> <- -biap-reil \ T ? ^7.^'»«comm.rci.l orchards. Pricas
A. Coppock conducted the funeral ,
ceremonies and the remains were "" ■»
"Burglars!” Peeping round the door,
the husband saw two men asleep,
2?’JS?J.” by those of his wife
Salter has been interviewed at
Guthrie and he didn’t say one
the dainty pillows trimmed with lace.
The young bride screamed for help,
her cry waking the sleeping ruffians.
They sprang to their feet and ap-
proached the couple threateningly.
Tremblingly the young woman said
in the Cherokee cemetery.
The Cleo Journal in its last
issue gives a few reasons why
word about county division or | .Jt'Z‘5^'!^
cause not one man in a dozen can
bound the township he lives in.”
the court house at Alva. The in- *re °uly Just marled.
terviews of such fellows are al-' ‘'Don’t be a,srmed- mtla one-
terviews or suen ieuows are ai one of the TObberg wltb a ^1*,,,
ways refreshing to us. That -since you are so polite, we won't , .
man Greer has got so he will! even t>ke the parcel* we had packed Arthur ought to explain why a
print anything.—Chieftain. “P0 ^ man can bound the township he
' _ ,dh°do <*la“a tor bed). We dldnt lives jn any better tfa
think you were coming back so soon. .. .
Then, Just as they were leaving, one county is divided, than he can
turned and said. "Ah, you were lucky now.
to be honeymoonera.” _
Then the delightful pair dliappeared
into the night Mrs. Mary Jenkins, mother of
Will Crouch of Fairview died
Carrie Nation arrived in Tope-
ka, Monday after an absence of
ever a year. The dailies report
that all the joints in the city
closed their doors as the smasher
walked up the street. Carrie
ought tc visit Topeka, oftener.
Largest Motor In the World.
It It In the huge forests ot Canada there, March 15, 1094 aged about
where the biggest motort ln the world . 65 years sjx months. She had
are seen. They have been specially - , . . ,
designed by a Chicago Inventor for on’y been in Fairview a few
A terriable tornado and] hail hauling logs over snow and rough months, and the remains were
Alva for first class stock.
Shadinger & Wright.
Special Representative in this
county and adjoining territories,
to represent and advertise an old
established business house of
solid financial standing. Salary
$21 weekly, with expenses paid
each Monday by check direct
from headquarters. Expenses'
advanced; position permanent, j
We furnish everything.
Address, The Columbia, 630,
Monon Bldg., Chicago, 111.
A T fir S F Special Rates
Second class colonists rates to ,
the northwest, March 1, to April
30, r904- Dates of sale, daily
March 1 to April 30. Rate $27.70
Portland, Oregon, Tacoma and
Seattle, Washington; $24.65, Spo-
Renfrew & Gadbois,
S. w. Corner Square,
For something artistic and
strictly up-to-date in
Photos go to
At NleAl Times
Did you ever consider
the quality of the bread
you are eating? It may
be good, It might be
better, purer, fresher and
more wholsome. It will
be all right if you buy it
TIIE CITY BAKERY
J. C. HERRON, D.D.S,
MODERN DENTISTRY CORRECTLY
and SCIENTIFICALLY DONE.
South Side Square,J
storm struck Higginsville, Mo.,ij^ad*f of**2M)s*“PPed t0 the former home, Glen
Monday evening about five weight of logs *t a speed of twelv* E.der, Kas., Eleven children kane, Washington and interme-
o’clock. Fifty buildings were miles an hour. It is the only machin* survive, five of them residing in diates; $22.rs Helena, Butte, An-
partly wrecked,one man mortally
hurt and others injured, 2,000
In existence that will draw a heavy Woods county,
load through 3 feet of snow and over
slumps and logs a foot In height
$30,000 private money to
on improved farms,
water were some of the results in renter weighing seven tons. Th« C1200 to 42000 rw»r ninrto*
a short space of time. Corder machinery i. enclosed in a box-ilk* 10 P«r quarter
windows broken, a foot of hail in ‘9 ot twenty-five tong weight and 200
the streets, cellets flooded with | “JY. IS
aconda and Missoula, Mont., and
, intermediate points.
M. A. Princehouse, Agent.
a snort space
and Alma, nearby towns, suffered SCC,‘°n
along the forest road*.
G F McKnight & Co
CALL FOR COUNTY WARRANTS
Office of Counlv Treasurer, 1
Alva, Okla.. klarch 16,1WH f
I will pay all warrants issued on all coun-
ty funds. Interest will cease thirty days
after date of this notice.
HENRY FRANCE. Co Treas urer.
$25 to California
During March and April, 1904, the
the Santa Fe will sell second class
colonists tickets at the
Low Rate of $25
M. A. PRINCEHOUSE,
Agent, A T & S F Ry Co.,
Alva, 0 T.
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