The Woodward News. (Woodward, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, November 1, 1895 Page: 1 of 4
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WOODWARD AND WBBTBRN OKLAHOMA.
'WOODWARD. WOODWARD OOUNTY, OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER I. 1890.
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■it • are dally exoept Baturday
Train* marked t arc dally exe«-|>l Sunday.
All other train, run daily.
Tlokcta on nale lo all parts of the United
Slates, Canada nml Mexico. Hainragc check-
t il tn deatlnatinn.
am. W. Hoi'i.kk, A*cnt.
ptwropricr hoi «s
M ll«ulBirMMfkMMM 11:14*. M.i Ooln
OBoe open work <]■> from 7 *. M. until 7
r. M.; Sunday. from 3 to 4 r. M.
Bute red ■
I :D0 o'clook moral nir
Services at the Opera Houw every aecond
and fourth Sum
and :«) o'clook ermine.
thirty minute. preceedlnt morning and Binn-
ing .orvlcea. Claaa meeting following inon.-
Ing hour each Sabbath. Sunday School at
ft :00 o'clock every Sahhath. A cordial lavlta-
tion la extended to all.
Hey. Win. j. Hahiiiii). Paator.
Sunday achool at St. John'a Chapel evory
Sunday morning at 10 o'cloek.
Service* every flrat and third Kord'a Day.
All are cordially inulted.
Htv. j. t'. p«T*ksi , Missionary.
QB. H. H. niAXDliF.lt.
PHYSICIAN * SURGEON.
JS^OFFK'K—First door West of Drug 8toro.
('nils answered lit nil hours.
jjR. S. S. Ml'NGEK,
PHYSICIAN 0 SURGEON,
Office and residence one door west of post
i atteml all calls, day or night.
CITY - AND - COUNTY.
j I If ml what Merchant Weiglelii Imn to Mian Mary Ouilley was up from I'er-
i mi; In this Issue. I wnmnn, Saturday.
i Wait for Davis Bros.' coal. It will I I.. J. I'sher ratnroed to Higgins,
lie tlu> bent and cheapest. liltf. ' Sunday, after spending A *wk in the
Mr. Alexander, ho it is rumored, iihn j "•eft0''*.
guru- to Texas after a briiln. ' IKin't forget tn meet ti lth the I.allies
The Hennessey Press-Democrat tuns 5*" **'«*>' XMh 1,1 Mr"'
a splendid live slock ninrkut report om rwn
each week. The Woodward firoccry Company
ill m>II yon good* cheaper than any
1 r i
8 1 9
qk. j. m. workman.
PHYSICIAN AND SIRI.EOX
Calls answered night and day. Wil-
make calls tn city and country.
§f Omc« on Main Htreet.
QEAN * LACMK.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
k. e. jennings. .1. j. jennings
JENNIN6S & JENNIN6S,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
tM"All the court#.
^|OU8TON k BAT,
a Q. CUNNINGHAM.
|V*W1II praotiM la Count*. Territorial and
Federal Court a.
.. t i Oklahoma
BTJ SX1ST ESS.
A. M. WOOD, Ppoprietor.
Roupd up Barbep Shop
[W Latest atylea and satisfaction guaran-
teed. South aide Main street.
CHARLEY MARTIN. Prop.
All Saints Day.
School commences Monday.
Fort Worth is becoming n popular
market for feeder buyers.
The Woodward Grocery Company
want yoitr butter and w. 15 If
Country product' wanted at the
Woodward tlrocery Company. 15 tf
When the devil collects his dues the
editor must do without an overeoat.
Mrs. Effle (Staley closed a very suc-
cessful term of school in District No. 8
The Woodward Grocery Company
will ttell you shoes cheaper than any
house in town. 15 tf
By permission of the Live Stock
Inspector we run its Calendar in the
News every week.
The Turkey Track people Bhlpped
1.1228 head of beef cattle to market on
the 25th from Panhandle Texas.
The best spring water is obtained
north of the river. This water is de-
livered only by O. A. Champion. Otf
Ira Kddleinan was i n _ from Clear
Creek Ranch on the 8011* of October.
While here he completed his lease ap-
plications on allotment.
The Nbwh will be mailed to any ad-
dress in the United .States, Mexico or
Canada for H.UO per year. All other
foreign countries, at 11.50 per year.
We arc going to handle the best
lump coal at the best prices. Wait
and buy from us. Yours Truly,
21tf Davis Bros.
Mr. and Mrs. Juo. Mosby are here
from Phoenix, Arizona, and will make
Woodward their home. They are tem-
porarily guests of the Cattle King hotel
Everywhere it is the same, luck of
funds. More prollt Is lost by reason ot
not being able lo control sufficient
stock to use the range than from any
other one cause.
Effie Chapman Staley is visiting
friends in Woodward this week. She
will depart for Huntington, Ohio, in a
few weeks on an extended visit with
relatives and friends.
Remember the Sabbath school every
Sunday at 9:45 o'clock, a. m. (sharp),
in opera house. All the people are
cordially invited to help along in this
good work. T. b. McHaro, Supt
The following named persons were
applicants for certificates at the teach-
ers regular examination: G. O. Min-
ter, Adda Dishong and May Dudley of
Persimmon; Wni. Rein of Richmond
and Mrs. Kate Lincoln of Curtis.
The News lias freiju jnt calls for ex-
tra copies which it cannot All because
there is no provision for extras outside
the regular list. The better plan Is to
take the paper regularly and then you
are sure of getting u copy at all times
regardless of demand for extra copies.
Col. W. L. Tamblyn of Chicago, Tom
JoneB of Wichila Falls, and Webb of
Bellview, Texas, were here on business
the first of this month. They are dis-
posing of their range busiueas and
have turned over 2,301) head of cattle to
Mr. Cowan, the purchaser of the pas
The Ladies Home Journal for No-
vember contains a portrait of Mrs
Margaret Houston Williams, daughter
of the famous tien. Sam Houston and
sister of Col. Temple Houston the at-
torney famous here for his talent as
well us his recent trouble at Wood-
ward.— Wellington Daily Mail.
L. F. Wilson came down from Kan-
sas City, Oct, Sflth, and went out to
his Day county ranch. Mr, Wilson
thinks the cattle business is very prom-
ising, especially for the next few years.
As a stockman of wide experieneo Mr.
Wilson is well known over a half dozen
states and territories and his opinion in
matters of this kind has great value
A merry party of persimmon hunters
werp out on Indian Creek last week
and bad a royal time all by themselves,
climbing ssplings and chssiujf the fes
tive bull snake over the prairip. Tl,e
party was composed of Mesdames
On to the Woodward Grocery Com-
pttny for Boots and Shoes. A nice
line just received. 15 tf
Asa llenson went up to Kansas City
on the 27th of Oetnlier Willi a consign-
ment to the Lone Star company.
Mtiuc At Son are the only agents for
Caunou City Coal. Would-be compe-
titors cannot get it no matter what
they say. 2.1'.'
Kaffir eon flour is glowing rupidly
in fnvor. It may be yet that this
| country will feed the world with bivad
as well as choice tender beef.
A four days destructive prairie lire
devastated parts uf four counties In
Western Kansas. Oct. tilth to 20th.
There is no cure for a burned range.
The Woodward Bell Society will meet
this afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Tom Doraii. All are cordially invited.
By order of The hkciibtahv.
While the Mexican cattle now com-
ing over the border are not so good as
the Texans they furnish a substitute
which ix directly available to the ranch-
Dr. Oillespie, the Harper Dentist
will be in Woodward, Monday, Oct.
28th and will remain one week. Bridge
and crown work a specially. All kinds
of dental work. 22t2
Arkansas City, Kansas, hits been
worked up over the alleged butchering
of big jawed cattle. The government
inspector at Chilocco examined and
pronounced the meat healthy.
The (list semi-annual session of the
Oklahoma Live Stock Association met
in Woodward, Oct. Ifttli, for a twn days'
session. The attendance was not large
but the meeting was one of much prollt
to all concerned.—Perry Enterprise.
Miss Pauline Ruttman came down
front Blue (trass last Monday. She
was forced to suspend her school sev-
eral days on account of ncuralgiac
toothache, and came down and had the
offender extracted. Dr. Russell ditl
John C. McCoy is back from a trip
through Cloud, Jewell and Republic
counties, Kansas. He says com is
very poor in those counties and not
many cattle on feed. Hogs scarce.
Plenty of roughness, but farmers are
short of stock to eat it.—K. C. Journal.
house in Wisslwnril. 15 tf
Henry Kunert was mi the Hick list
several days Ibis week, but wc art-
glad to note that he is able to lie altnttl
Mrs. W. T. Conk triune up from Fort
Worth. Texas, lust Friday and Joined
her husband here. They will reside in
L. F. Wilson has Is-en in Mouth Tex-
na trying to buy stock cattle since our
last issue. He failed to purchase on
account of high prices usketl anil will
wait until mid-winter to buy.
A line ten |K>und drayman applied
fnr a steady jnb with Ira Davis Sunday
veiling through the agency of Dr.
Workman. Ira has added six inches tn
his heighth. but coal is the same old
Winters, Shasteen and Soutliwootl
made a combination train hiail ship-
ment to Kansas City from Panhandle
Texas on the 27th of October. Tin y
were consigned to the Lone Star and to
Ladd, Penny ft Bwu/ey at the Kansas
Reports from Colorado 'Jity. Texas,
say the range is in tine condition and
Iteing heavily stocked with Mexican
cattle. Pres. A. P. Biisii of the Texas
Association is Investing heavily in the
Mexicans. 50,000 lieatl are Iteing un-
limited at Colorado City this month.
tirliiber SI, W
U* to Htlac A h*m
Hie following report is furnished by 1 for prepared Cannon City Coal, as there j
week ending October .10, ISC:
■ for the1'* n particle ot dnat or dirt in it V JOHN J. rtKltl.Ai it
i .i !_ .1.. i . ■..■ < —mi
, and is cheaper in the long run. 2212 |
3 I B
My ofltce will lie open Sal iii-days of
each week. Respectfully,
U If Co. Supt.
Charlie Bentley, a well known stock-
man of Cheyenne, wsh in WiHidward
several days timing the taut week in
And now it is strongly hinted that
the queen of Madagascar. In addition
to plug tobacco and red bloomers, is i
victim of the terrible drink habit
This greatly complicates the situation.
France will have to play her cants
carefully to I .eat a queen full.—Guthrie
Day county bought her blank fund-
ing bonds at the office of the Nuyvs and
Livestock Inspector at Woodward.
They proved to be O. K. hi matter and
form, and when "gilt edge" was put
on by the signature of Judge Burford
and the other officials, they were pro-
nounced by Judge Burford, Attorney
Stone and others to be among the best
in the territory.—Day county Tribune.
i have received the Fall and Winter
samples of fine Suitings, Trouserings
and Overcoats from the Continental
Tailoring Co. of Chicago, 111., and
your inspection of same is cordially in-
vited. New styles, low prices, good
workmanship and a perfect fit guaran-
ed. M. J. Weiolein,
Sole Agent-for Continental" Tailoring
The experience of 1895 has added
much to the reputation of the Kaffir
corns as especially well adapted to
withstand drouth, anil m producing
large yields of valuable food. Although
the Kansas Experiment Station gives
the preference to the red variety, the
white variety is much the most largely-
grown in Oklahoma. The Experiment
Station at Stillwater is arranging a
dtti'cful trial to test the actual and rela-
tive value of the Kaffir corn as food for
cattle and hogs, as jyell as of different
methods pf feeding the crop,
Here Is somtthing to be remembered:
"Taxes for IHltt are due the 1st of No.
vember and become delinquent the Did
Monday in December, and8 days there-
""^. JaveVoiir Horses Fed
"DAD'S FEED STABLE"
North of Opera House.
H. B. D. L D.
W. E. Shell of Mobeetie took up a
car of cows to the Kansas City market
about Oct. 21st. They averaged (WO
antl sold at the top for $2.45. Mr.
Shell has recently subscribed for the
Live Stock Inspector through the
Texas Panhandle and pronounces the
combination a good one. He advocates
togping the market with shipments to
the southern division rather than take
chances in the native yards.
Fort Worth Gazette, October 29th:
It. S. Cook of Wichita, Kansas, spent
Monday night it. the city on his way
to Dallas, where lie lias some bogs on
exhibition. Mr. Cook U one of the
most successful breeders of swine In
the United States, and his success is
a striking example uf what careful
breeding will accomplish. Mr. I'onk
sent eight hogs to the World's Fair ;i
Chicago and took seven prizes out ot
his exhibit. In preparing fnr tliisex
hibit Mr. Cook employed a method of
feeding which his long experience bad
suggested, ami the result was that be
sent to the fair hogs that competed
successfully with the product of much
older states. Mr. Cook is president of
the Knnsr.s Swine Breeders' Associa-
tion, to which position lie was racently
Banker J. M. l'ugh returned from
Kansas Citv on Oct. 27th. While there
he narrowly escaped most serious in-
jury in the form of loss of a foot. On
Wednesday, Oct. 24th, he attempted to
climb between moviug freight cars at
the Stock yards and was caught be-
tween the bumpers and pinched to
such an extent that he Is obliged to
use crutches. At first it was supposed
the aukle bone was ctushed but fortu-
nately it was found not so bad. Ed.
Clauncb, one ot the prominent stock-
men of this section, was in company
with him ul the time. After the cars
caught Mr. Pugli, he hung there be-
tween them as they rolled along until
Mr. Claunch ran the full length of the
train and notified the engineer. At
this writing the injured member is
healing slow ly and in time will he as
good as ever. No bones were broken,
but the flesh was horribly lacerated.
U might have been so much worse that
under the circumstances Mr. Pugli
feels that he waa very fortunate.
For the week ending Wednesday,
Oct. 30th, 1895:
cattle kino hotei..
E. L. McClure, Wichita; C. C. Hoss-
pler, Wichita: L.J.C'ronk, Atchinson:
Geo, Darling, Wichita: F. B. York
St. Louis; P. L: Ifcning, Bnglpwooti
W, E. Herring, Navajoe: D. C. Etter,
Kansas city5 H. fi. ItarfleliJ, Welling:
ton; Mrs. Mary Dudlev, urmnlyi C, H
Baler, Fort Worth; L. J. Pitts, Guth-
after the county treasurer will be com- rie: W. P. Wright and wife, county;
pelled to issue tax notices. On the j W. V. Guthrie, Chanute; A. 8. Me-
20th of January, 1896. tax warrants ' Kinney, Chanute; B. E. Covins, Osage
will be issued- JToweyer, If u person | Springs; W. L. Tamblyn, Chicago: T
pays half of his taxes prior tp the 8rd I J, Wisenand, Chanute: J. Rowdon, lo
Monday in December no tax receipt ■ ljuul; p. H. Wintfi'*, Wellington|
will issue on the remaining half • Mrs. W. fr Cook, Clayton, If." M.;
which Will be dDP the following June; I W. Schamahorn, Wellington: T. L.
but if the whole tu< is paid in Decern-1 Hill, Arkansas City; C. E. Frye, Kan-
ber the tax-payer gets a rebate of B per sas City i J. B, Oillespie, Harper:
cent on the last half; if no taxes are Harry Keigler, Wichita; IraEddlemnn,
paid by the Bid Monday In December, j county; E. N. Lawrence, Wichitai J,
the whole amount becomes delinquent' B, Nichols, Kansas City; Mrs, R,
and the penally nttachei to the entire Bronson, Wichita| W. T. Betts, Te
Viait the "Cottonwood University"
just north of town. Several of the
young men in the commercial law class
will iuwir out their "shingle" in Wood-
ward in the near future.
The Day county Tribune sends in
many new nnines to our list every
month. It has just entered upon its
3rd volume, and under the active
management of Col. Alcorn is making
things "hum." •
Hav and Feed kor hai.e:—All par-
ties wishing to pun-ham- can be accom-
modated by the undersigned. May be
fed on the place or hauled away. (Jnod
winter pasture with plenty of water for
200 head of cattle. Terms reasonable.
F. L. borcharot,
21t4. Woodward, Okla.
MrTen miles east of town.
With the coming of the cold, those
who can afford the trip la-gin to think
of going to a frostles country. (
fornia entices such, with its matchless
winter climate, its great mountains
its placid sea and its gorgeous proces-
sion of flowers and fruits. While those
who have an abundnuce of means may
prefer to travel first-class, in a luxuri-
ous Pullman Palace Sleeper, there art-
others (ami lhey form a large class)
who are content with a cheaper and
alnu st as comfortable a means of
transit. They patronize the Santa Fe
Route Tourist Sleeper Excursions.
These Tourist Sleepers have regular
: I'tillman c (iiiptnent of hair mal tresses,
lilnnkets. sheets, pillnws, pillow-slips,
curtains, carpets, tables, toilet articles,
etc. A porter goes with each
The sleepers arc attaclied to fast ex-
press trains, and go through without
change, every day in the year, from
Chicago and Kansas City to Los
Angeles and San Francisco. The cost
of a double berth, accommodating two
persons, is only from Chicago and
$5 from Kansas City, and the railroad
ticket rate is proportionately low.
Once a week special parties leave for
California in charge of representatives
of the Snnta Fe Route, who act as
guides and by their personal care and
attention render the trip more pleas-
ant for those unaccustomed to travel-
ing alone. Onr weekly tourist excur-
sions depart from Chicago every Sat-
urday and from Kansas City every
Sunday. The whole story cannot be
fold here. For descriptive readiug
matter, maps, time tables and passen-
ger rates, apply to
ti. W. rovrkk, Agent.
3 | "r'" T. Vmh, I'l-raetially.
W t.Haac dear Kile: It affords us extreme
«| to l Aft «Cf H I lIHIf . . „ ,
r, «« :r fti ! N M ptommre to inform you that we are in
SmISIm '.KilaV Cloudy receipt of the handsome line of Fall
• including rain. hall. .Inland'..,el,e.1.now ' '<> Winter Hamph-s from the Conli-
+ From maximum ami minimum reading. nental Tailoring ! o. nf < hit-ago.
floods uf every known variety are
Call on Welglein for Lime, Cement here representi-d. exhaustive in style
and Plaster Paris. 2flt.'l nnil color, anil comprising the choicest
Head the premium offer of the LIvr. patterns of the- leading mills of the
mt.s k inspector. "ud dcynastic woolen
Suitings, Overcoat* and Trouserings
The dance at the Cattle King Wed-
■sdar night was a huge success in ev-
Charley Sanders, Hie handsome bar-
tender of the Senate has left lis for
the winter, lie went tn Arizona.
— f KAI.KI(M IN —
> 0UTFITTIN6 SUPPLIES.
Also Transacts a General Banking
WB SOLICIT YOUR BU8INB8S. GIVB US ▲ CALL.,
Don't forget that Thanksgiving will
on be here.
Mrs. Webster is enjoying a virit from
her sister, Mrs. Wertz of Persimmon.
Miss Mary Ward is getting along
splendid with her school.
Mrs. Lovell and son were guests at
T. A. Buchanan, Saturday.
The dance at Mr. Moss Thursday
was a grand success and everybody
re|torts a splendid time. No one could
help but have a good time as Sir. and
Mrs. Moss makes everything so pleas-
ant. Refreshments were served at 12
Miss Bab Walton and aunt were vis-
iting at Billy Wright's Sunday.
J, W, Greeqe has just returned from
St. Louis, and says he at-en the white
elephant. That's right J. W., enjoy
yourself while yon are young.
K. 0, Star, Oct. 23rd: J. M. Pugli, ,
casliie* of U)!n |£xcbnngp Bank at Wood-
Geo. T. Hume, Austin;
Doran. Clark,Odem, Mcllaig, Phillips, i _ met with a painful accident; ger, Oklahoma; w, w. Jones, Texas;
Huswell and Hoist, and Misses Odern. w|lt|e on „ tmtim-ss trip to the ttock jC. O. R dc. Jot ,^Isskai V- A- House,
yards, lie attempted to crosa a trail! Antonio; J, w. Middleton( Hask
Milholland. Lou and Lottie Smith, Mc-
Harg, Hunter and Mabel Longdon.
W, M. Goodnight was up from Pan-
handU on the 80th of October. Mr.
Goodnight it a sim-in-law of Uncle Asa
Benson and has scores of fjieudsin
Woodward. Ho is stock inspector t
Panhandle for Carson county and Is
kept law j"8t now looking over ship-
ments. ii# s }9 the Livestock In-
spector Is a valuable paper for the
stockmen in the Pan!.audi* oouBKy
and be mm It frequently In referilug
to bni* hmwmwi in It. Mr. Good-
night it « P to date in hl"
fefe iMMio.ea* like a book.
of cars standing on a switch track in
front of I he Stock exchange at 11:80
o'clock this morning. The train was
jerked forward while Mr. l'ugh was
crossing and he lost his footing. The
left f.i.l jvhs caught between the bump-
ers and crushed ir to a pi)lp, but,
strangely, the skin was not broken.
He was carried into the Live Stock ex-
change and Dr. Morrow was called In.
After a hurried examination be stated
that the tfml jyottld likely be saved.
The unfortunate man was atiftprlnp
intense pain and was removed to more
elii Leo Moore, South Canadiani 0,
M. McVeigh, Wellington! T, M. Haw-
kins, New Mexico| A. J. Lauglilin,
Greer county; W. 8. Duke, Cheyenne;
L. J. Edwards, ; Tom Tack-
ett, ; H. Kaufman, Kiowa;
T, B, York, St, Louis; Ed. Bussy, St.
jomcpfai j, B, Woolslr, Beaver county |
W. W. Duke, Cheyennei W. W. Rut|c,
Mrs. M. Rudo, Mrs. L. Rude, C. 0.
Rude, Stone; J. R. Wells, ;
A. Laird, Curtis; E. T. Wicker, lo-
lsnd; W, M, Goodnight. Panhandle;
J, C. Hodge, tyswsi county; l}i«k
Corlew. Tlmms City, Texas.
Daily Mail. pet. 2*jth: Notice of the
reinstatement of Engineers Steve Bar-
ner and A. E. Aldridge has been re-
ceived here. T'*® tfPllWP tl'P
wreck in the Santa Fe yards is now all
cleared up and each of the discharged
employes has been reinstated,
Mrs. Noel Wilder of Wellington Is
the guest of Mrs. Jno. Scow this week
Andy Zook is the only railroad man
who "registers out" regularly on leav-
ing Woodward on his engine.
Agent Rourke «n4 W- Selligait
liaye formed a partnership in stpek
raising The boys at the round house
tell us the iiiiuie and style nf the com-
pany is, "The Hibernian Cattle Syndi-
cate. Limited; American Office, Wood-
ward, Ok.; Foreign Office. 19Sh!llalah
Place, Dublin, Ireland."'
superior to anything liitlierii
f 'iislnni Tailors, ami at prices to suit
all taates and purses.
Complete Hatiafaotiou is guaranteed
ynu nn any nnler you may entrust to
iiur care. We therefore request the
honor of a call and we shall l>e only
too pleased to show yon our goods,
feeling assured that we can All your
fall's needH satisfactorily and economi-
cally, with truHtwnrthy materials and
workmanship, and perfection in style,
fit and finish.
Anticipating an early visit, antl
thanking you for past favors.
21t4. w. J. Weiolein,
A number of people have plowed
fireguards in this part of the country.
Melvin Ball has erected n nice little
house on his claim, and returned to
Mrs. J. B. Roberts is visiting friends
in Kansas. She carries with her the
best wishes of the people of Hackberry.
J. W. Ball lias his house plastered
and in good order for winter.
Tlie people of Hackberry have suc-
ceeded in getting a pontoffice five miles
southwest ot Persimmon. J. W. Ball
J. B. Roberts and wife entertained
a number of friends at their liome
Flowers are almost out of sight now,
but look out for the bloomers next
Hackberry boasts of the best Sunday-
School in the county. With an aver-
age attendance of 35 Mrs. R. I. Bur-
dick, the superintendent, knows just
how to get everybody interested iu the
work. The teachers, John McCance
and J. C. VanGeison, take great inter-
est in tlieir work. < 'onie out next Sun-
day at 2 p. m. antl help along with the
John M. Harr is building a nice
house on his claim. John says he is
going to "keep bach." but we think he
is trapper enough to catch a Beaver
somewhere on Hackberry or its tribu-
We have not heard the squeak of
. B. Roberts' corn mill for sometime.
"Baldy" Rouse must have some at-
traction on the head waters of Hack-
berry, as he makes frequent trips up
that way. Reporter.
All hail to the glorious autumnal
Did you take in that pie supper t
The broom corn seeders kept up a
steady hum iu this vicinity throughout
the past week.
Ask Charlie if that pie had anything
to do with that extra smile he wears
W. P. Ward harvested his crop of
sweet potatoes last week. He has a
large crop for winter use.
Jack Frost and his father were visit-
ors a few evenings since and left traces
of their footprints. This is a warning
to repair those stables and sheds and
look out for the fleecy snow which is
sure to come soon,
The broom corn bailers are at work
in these parts this week.
Miss Cora Bolton from Kansas is
visiting with her uncle and aunt, Mr
and Mrs. W. P. Ward of this place,
The Norton school district gave an
entertainment and pic supper at Mr.
and Mrs. Norton's residence Saturday
evening. A splendid time was appre-
ciated by all. A cake was voted for
the handsomest |ty4y' and another tor
the homeliest man present. Miss
Phona Chitwood and Mr. Lincoln Der-
bin secured the prizes. The proceeds
of the supper go towards buying win-
dows and doors for the school house.
Mrs. Freeman flfltj flf Medi
pine Lodge weep guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. "P. Ward last week- Mrs.
Freeman is a sister of Mr. Ward's,
The Lewis sisters made a trip to the
hub last week. Mr. Al. Davis also v
ited the city.
Tell Pan tho next time he goes to a
pie supper he must take his pie knife
along, for a common case knife makes
but little impression on an Indian rub-
Y'ou "oughter" seen Link Derbin's
old bald head shine when he found he
"toofc the ct^e,"
Mrs, Wni, Goyeu's aud Tony Leak's
mother from Hastings, Neb., is making
visit at present. She is well
with the appearance of our
Groceries, Flour, Grain, Etc.
i I/rv iii?i
iEBALE AND RE
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
DODGE CITV, KANSAS,
■ POK A FIRST -CI, A88 dr1kk OF
LE, BEER, OR RYE WHISKEYS
GO TO —
TtL© Turf Exchange.
Main Street. Wondwertl. Oklahoma.
Bfb&miW ROOM ATT AOS KB.
Remamber the Place. Qollina Bop Saloon.
Yellow Pine, Cypress & California Red Wood
Cement, Lima, Plaster, Plaatera" Hair, Etc.<r-— ™
K S. WIGGINS' OLD STAND. WOODWARD, OKLA.
Is the Place to Stop^y
''^When in Woodward.
WAGON I FEED YARD 1p Qannaabiop
RATES r ig,
G. A. CHAMPION, Proprietor.
L1HT0M J. [TanftR, Prealdent. P. DOYLE, Vlce-Prealdant.
the exchange bank.
CAPITAL PAID IN - $26,000.
BAHKINS IN ALL- ITS BRANCHES,
IVCnsurpaaMd raoUiUea for ooUeoting checks i
bchnntc drawn oil Europa. CorratMtatoaM: ChMa
>1 Bank, Naw York; First National Bank. Chloagn; National Rank of "naia«l«a. K. 0.
When You Visit Woodward,
GOOD TABLES, CLEAN BEDS
AND SPLENDID ACCOMODATIONS.
r All the hoyt stop at the Cuttle King. Headquarters for traveling aw*.
isareitE room IN eoNNKemov.
A social hop was given f\t Mi', timith's
yesidetiof in iUpjyy Valley on last Fri-
Special Agent }'iW of fjuthrle. U y evening, A grand time
here since last issue. Tony Leak advertises to trade some
Uncle Jno. Thumser give* as an ex-' good Texas mares for broom corn,
cuse for not attending church now,! Anyone having broom corn to trade
that the weather is too cold. Uncle would do well to see him before t\lf \\\*
John la figuring on a hot hereafter | W«e« are disponed of.
and don't like to change climate too | Mr. Ferguson died last week and
suddenly. was buried Thursday. Bi n,
NOW BEADY to SERVE
WINES, LIQUORS Mm CUIUS
IN THE CITY
Aeoomiqodations (or all. Give us a i
Yfcurs for Life,
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