The Week's Review (Apache, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, December 17, 1915 Page: 1 of 4
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H-T "ai, Socikty
THE WEEK’S REVIEW
APACHE, CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1915.
OF APACHE TO BE
SUNDAY SCHOOL CON-
VENTION AT STECKER
ON DECEMBER 19.
On Wednesday morning the city of-
ficials ordered the streets to be
sprinkled. This came us a pleasant
surprise to the business men of the
town. The dust wus thoroughly set-
tled and it has been announced that
as long as the water supply holds out
this will be a daily occurence. Dur-
ing the last few weeks the dust prob-
lem has been discussed pro nad con
by many of the merchants and from
now on Apache will be known as one
of the dustless cities of the state
RESIDENCE and barn
DESTROYED BY FIRE.
Detailed account of the J. If.
Seighlier fire pccurring on his farm
near Saddle Mountain last week de-
velops the residence, together with
the barn, was entirely destroyed by
fire. 11 head of horses and all the
household furniture were burned, two
boys of the family barely escaping
with their lives. The fire occurred
sometime between midnight and two
o’clock in the morning.
THREE ARE FINED
FOR DISTURBING PEACE.
This convention is for all denom- j
inations of Highland and Tunkowa
j .30_________________Song Service, j
1:45.........Song by one of S. S.
1:5o________Address by Locnl Man.
2:10.....Conference Sunday School]
2:40____________Address by Officer. |
3:00.......Song by one of the S. S.
3:05___________Address by Officer. I
3:25______Song by one of the &. S. |
3:30.-Address by one of the Supts.j
3 ;40______,-Song by one of the S. S.
3 ;45______Address by S. S. Member.
4:15—Closing Song and Benediction.
A. B. COFFIN TO
LOCATE AT HUTCHINSON:
OPERATING ONLY HALF
TIME THIS SEASON.
*From now until Christmas we will offer
our new and complete line of high-grade
Men’s and Boys’ Suits at the following re-
$20.00 values for..............
12.50 values for---------------
10.00 values for------—-----
Jesse Cummings, Everett hupp,
Jill Sanders and a young man by the
name of Nelson got into trouble Sat-
urday evening by disturbing the peace
in the northeast part of town. All
but young Nelson plead guilty before
Judge Bryan Monday and payed their
Dr. A. B. Coffin left Monday for I
Hutchinson, Kans., where he will be
associated with Dr. Holliday, a lead-
ing dentist of that place. Dr. Coffin
has been located in Apache since the
opening and has a host of friends |
who regret the change, but conpat-
ulate him on the exceptional business
opportunities offered in the new field. I
The Doctor was not only a first-class
dentist, but was one of the prominent
citizens of Apache. Especially will
he be missed in Masonic circles,
whnre he was actively identified.
Mrs. Coffin and little daughter will]
remain here for the present.
MRS. J. S. PlLKINTON
1 team 3yr old dark grey mares,
weight 2500 pounds; 1 team 5yr old
bay mares weight 2400 lbs; 1 team
coming 3 yr old mare mules weight
1900 lbs; 1 team of 4 yr old mare
mules weight 1800 lba; 1 team 3 and
4ft old mules weight 2400 lbs.
If in need of any ot the above or a
good brood mare that is in foal see
Coppock, phone 98, Apache.
WE DO JOB PRINTING.
There has been some rumor passing
around that The Week’s Review had
discontinued the job printing busi-
ness. This, however is untrue, we
have ordered some new material and
will shortly be in a position to turn
out anything in the printing line, our
motto being “ Good Printing Quick.”
Please note the change of the day
of sale of Mrs. R. L. Brown and son
which will occur on Thursday, Dec.
23, instead of Tuesday. Dec. 23. We
rectify our error this week.
Mrs. J. S. Pilkenon entertained the I
Auction Bridge Club Tuesday after-
noon. Those present were Mesdames
Bohart, Cook, Benjamin, Amphlctt,]
Brown, Frick, Oswald and Hannah.
Mrs. Bohart made the high score
Refreshments were served by th$|
hostess. Mrs. Amphlctt cntci
the dab February 6th.
turkeVs BRING dodo
price to farmers:
Geo. Jared, living nine miles north-
west of Apache, is the champion tur-
key raiser of the season, although
Mrs. Chas Teaney, 2 miles east of
here is ahead on weights. (Mr. Jared
marketed 56 turkeys, the net weight
being 640 pounds, and for which a
cheek of $86 was given him. Another
flock of 40 will be shipped later. Mrs.
Teaney had a drove of eight turkeys
which brought her the neat sum of
MARES AND MULES.
Ten Per Cent Off On All Boy*’ Suits
We Do Tailoring, Cleaning, Pressing
and Repairing. Hats Cleaned and
Blocked. Ladies Work a Specialty.
Kid Gloves and Furs Cleaned
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Stokes & Son
The New Clothiers
First Door North of Black's Drug Store
The Fulkerson gin with J. J. Flood
,is manager is in operation three days
I out of the week, and although the
j acreage has been considerably less
than prev mas years, the quality of the
cotton has been good. 426 bales of
cotton have been ginned so far this
season. The bales are shipped to
Chiekasha and the seeds to Anndarko.
It is predicted that this section of the
state will in course of time cease to
be a cotton producer and will become
a stock raising country altogether.
The corn yield of the present year
together with an abundance of small
grains solves the food problem for
stock. 'Markets are close. Results
are satisfactory. Another reason
given that the com crop will usurp
the cotton crop is there are more
northern fanners than southern ones
in this locality. The northern man
can husk coni, but he can’t pick cot-
| MINERAL WATER LOST
WHEN HORSE RUNS
APACHE BOYS WIN
FROM WALTERS HIGH
SCHOOL FRIDAY NIGHT.
The basket hull game at the Opera
house Friday evening between the
Walter' 'High School boys and the
Apache team resulted in a complete
victory for the home team, the score
being 40 to 31 in favor of Apache.
From start to finish the game
scientifically played, the boys being
evenly matched. This victory places
the Apache High School team in the
strong ranks of the amateur teams.
The Walters team is considered one
of the strongesl the home boys have
Young, G._____________ Mass
Apache Summary: Field goals,
Levite 11, Amphlett 5, Dunlap 4.
Walters: Young 2, Morris 2, Grimes
3, MeQnown 4, Shannon 1. Goals
after fouls, Grimes 7.
The horse of Mrs. O. P. Vail, who
| lives two miles northwest of Boom
insecurely tied in front ot
the J. W. Hannah residence in Apache
Friday afternoon, and ran away, ov-
|erturning the buggy on Evans Ave„
qqsisitc Temple’s grocery store. The
halts were broken and considerable
damage done to the harness, besides
1 breaking two large bottles of mineral
water which were in the hack of the
buggy. The horse was caught with
little difficulty and the buggy put in
LOCAL NEWS NOTES
Miss Mildred Lewis lias resumed
her work in the school room after a
on days absence with the mumps.
Miss Lewis was visited Sunday by her
parents from Hinton.
R. W. Friek and wife anil Mrs.
Bohart, who motored to Oklahoma
City the fore part of last week, re-
turned Friday evening. Mr. Friek
was in attendance at- the hardware
men’s convention and spoke in glow-
ing terms of Oklahoma City, declaring
ii was the coming city of the south-
west. The roads for motoring were
in fair condition. There were no
mishaps during the entire trip, just a
little slowing down when the party
ran into a drove of about 2566 steers
If you are in the market for a good
team of mares or a good young team
of mare mules see Coppock.
I. Kauffman and A. C. Oswald spent
several days the fore part of the weak
at Rainy Mountain looking after in-
FOR BALE: Thoroughbred Rhode
Island Red roosters. 50 cents if taken
soon. Mrs. G. W. McComb,
2 miles north, 1 mile east of Apache.
Rev. J. D. Edgar, of Stafford, Kan.,
and Mr. Curry, of Winchester, came
in on Wednesday evening of last week
und held services at the Mission, re-
turning to their respective homes the
Mr. and Mr. Henry Saxon spent
Sunday at Lawton at the home of
Mrs. Saxon's brother, C. C. SeigUer.
Mr. Seiglier had the misfortune of
[losing his eye recently by a flying
nail striking it.
A. M. Holler and wife have returned
from a two weeks visit at Blanchard
and other points in eastern Oklahoma
Prof. Seism, of Steeker, was a bus-
iness caller Saturday.
George Goble and son were over
from Carnegie Saturday. (Mr. Goble
was a former resident of Apache.
C. C. McCullough, of Ft. Cobb,
transacted business in Apache Mon-
The CaehO Valley Realty Co.
Representing 22 of America’s strongest insurance com-
panies, covering all branches of Insurance, we are in a position
to supply vour wants. We make a specialty of Farm Insur-
ance and all loss claims are promptly settled thru our office.
Your patronage solicited.
CARL GRAUSLUND, Mgr.
Phone 89, Insurance Building, Apache, Oklahoma.
FOR SALE: 70 heud of red und
white faced calves, all good.
Dunn Bros.. 3 miles west of Elgin.
W. S. Day, of Cement, transacted
business in Apache Friday and Sat-
urday of last week.
Miss Marcella Flood was a Lawton
W. P. Smith returned from Kansas
City Sunday evening, where he had
attended the Graham Scientific Breed
mg school last week.
Bro. und Sister Rock were enter-
tained at the Westbrook home lust
week in Hinton and Mrs. Gregory nt
the M. E. West home during the two
days session of the Woman's Foreign
Missionary Convention.—Bethel Item
in 'Hinton Record.
Mcsdaines J. A. Coppock und W. I*.
Smith were county seat callers Tues-
Levite’s Home Streeh Sale now in
progress. Do your Xmas shopping
Clyde Merriman, living on leased
Indinn land 3 miles south cf Apache,
threshed 15,000 bushels of wheat this
fall from 750 acres. Mr. Merriman
has 400 head of cattle and 160 head
FIVE CARS OF GRAIN
SHIPPED FROM APACHE.
On Wednesday Morning nt the
Rock Island truck, men were busy
getting ready for shipment two ears
of corn, one car of wheat, one ear of
cotton seed and one ew of kaffir corn
The Apache station does an average
business of $10,000 per month and
is the best paying railroad office in
Caddo county, while Apaehe enjoys
the reputation of being the best town
of its sise in the state of Oklahoma.
J. T. Wells and Wilbur Amspacher
attended the hardware men's con-
vention at Oklahoma City last week.
I have my 1014 Ford ear which I
will sell, or will take in a good team
of mules or mures,worth the money,
on same. See me at once if you
want the Ford. Phone 98, Apaehe.
John A. Coppock.
Amos Flood, representing the Ton-
ley Metal Co., of Anadarko, was a
I business caller Saturday.
Gus. Ymingberg, of Oklahoma City
was a business caller Saturday.
Fir8t N ational Bank
FOR SALE: Three pure bred Jer-
sey cows, ages range from 2 to 5
I)r. Blair, Phone 52, Apaehe, Okla.
Master I,eslic Denary is visiting at
the J. M. Bohart home. The little
man is n cousin of Mrs. Bohnrt’s and
recently accompanied her home from
Mrs. Joe Herber returned Tues
day from visiting cousins at Mimic-
ola and Huwkins, Texas. Mrs. Her-
ber wns looking for a new location,
g- but came hack to Okla. better sat-
isfied thun ever. The home town is
0. E. WHITE,
J. W. PIERATT,
J. W HANNAH,
Apache State Bank
t . •
Start A Bank Account-
CATTLE LOANS FARM LOANS
W. T. CLA1K,
J. I. BOB AIT,
A. C. DOLE,
Ample capitil. long eipcrience it banking with *
dedie to serve our cuitomen combine to make due
hank • moet definable place to eetebMi your ac-
count end credit
Farm Loana Solicited.
Jack Mahseet, Indian policeman,
in the employ of the government, was
un Apache business caller Tuesday.
(Mrs. Snodgrass, of Boone town-
ship, was a Christmas shopper Tues-
Rev. K. H. Harper und wife, of
] Lawton visited in the Cliche valley
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Freeman visited
at the homes of G. B. Freeman and
W. P. Smith Sunday. Mr. Freeman
is employed as a book keejter in the |
First National Bank nt Anadarko.
Wm. K Ward, of the People’s In-
stitute, Wichita Kans., spoke in the
Boone consolidated school house on|
Monday and Tuesday evenings.
The girls’ basket hall team
I ■ — A lit K'nn unnmi,*
j Coppock still wants 200 bushels of Apache and the Boone girls met in
()Uj8 adv. deadlock Friday afternoon, the sen
. Miss Fern Wynn and Miss Cora
Zigler returned fruni visiting friends
| at Anadarko Saturday.
0. A. Mason was a Lawton visitor
Baakit Ball, Optra Houm Tonight.
deadlock Friday afternoon, the score
being 6 and 6. After playing the
rubber for 10 minutes the game was]
declared a tie.
1 set of do ibl. buggy harness and
a few piece* of household furniture!
for salo, A 4-veai-old nun mult to
sell or trade for span of mule colts,
Adv. W. P. Smith.
To those who have been wanting
cypress lumber for wagon box mater-
ial, we now have a big supply of 14
and 16 inch on hand. So why not
make a new box at this time? Also
1 -2 and 5-8 inch cypress.
Youri for good Lumber,
T. R ROGERS LBR. CO.
R W. BENJAMIN, Mgr. Rkon. 20
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