The Woodward News. (Woodward, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, December 7, 1894 Page: 1 of 4
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TlltltlTORY, FRIDAY. DCOKMBER 7, 1894.
In fourtfc mi far oddltloul locate. | On L. Milter, of lb. Bra of Miller
■nw. m j,or woodwwd, la trkia^ procu^d from ti* Dte-
Itttet Court la
DmmAUum bow haw mm o( Um I tmptmrj writ of mumImiim compelling
bwllill— te tow. I tho ooMlMtowf of Wood* county to
A.T.&S. F. TIME TABLE.
CITY - AM -
Good Rooms and Beds.
Keep everlastingly at Ml
Do you road tb. Viwa rogetertyf
imim la unumally «aod to Wood.
onvinient to depot. Everything new
M. A. CAMFBELL
Tb. City MoXl Ulimuiiw M O Phi
aaw loeaUowuf towa iaafew*^*
Tb. tweUee of otty
will ooom Boat la thooouraoof
onr tb. aorrleM of our Fort Sup-
ply ladlaaa to oooip.1 aubniuion to
tb. law*. Alva auit bo an awful dte*
lW~i >mf block MMltll of Mpot, Wm4«RM,
put two wwla->i^ ON.#8* WW
The man who li aaWM of
li usually tho
Frank Morgan can. la thM
boya la D
Woodward la ladul«tag in a fair aad
la wook, which hoa attracted a
of oat awoata to that dty.-itf
Oa Tbaakafrtvinf night the Imperial
Club gava a Back ball which far aur
anything of tho kind given In
tho aitv before. The aaaquara arrived
at aa early hour and the aoene preaent-
ad to looker* on. waa
9. D. F.
to buy gooda.
The center of tho otty
the east lino of tha
Boawell—Baby in blue.
Thall- MUk Maid.
rralH marked • am dUly eioept Saturday
Tralai marked ♦ lire dally except Hunday
All other train* run dally.
Korku*. A rent.
Kntered at the poiUith#.' at Woodward,O. T
Mall a«ln« eaal eloae* at 11:16 A. M.; Going
weat at : « p. h.
OfBop open week dayi from 1 *. M. until 7
p. a.; Bundayn from 3 to 4 p. H.
P. J. Cakholl, P. M.
Service* at the school hoiue every
at 11 *. M. and 8 p. m. Sunday Mhool every
Sunday at : a. M. Prayer mectlnir every
Thursday evening. A cordial Invitation la
Hkv. J. H. Shook*, Pa*tor.
Service* at Ot. John'* Chapel every second
and fourth Sunday* at 11 A. u. Sunday whool
every Sunday morning at 10 o'oloek.
CHAPLAIN Swirr, llector.
Service* every second Sunday at 8 P. u.,
ind fourth Sunday* at II a. m. and a p. h.
Rev. A. Cohkett, Pa U>r.
QK. H. S. CHANDLER.
PHVS161«N °pd SURGEON.
West of St. John'* Chapel.
BWBeat menu and ioweat price*. Give me i
V. B. ODELL, Proprietor.
QR. J. M. WORKMAN.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Calls answered night and day. Will
make calls in city and country.
•TOfflce on Main Street.
HOUSTON, & RAY,
R. M. WOODWARD.
BLUE FRONT BARBER SHOP,
Ia the place to get an easy shave, a
splendid hair cut, any style.
D, M. Pin, Prop.
N B DAVIS BROTHERS,
CITY \ DRAYMEN
larwe do buaines* at an hour*. All call*
S. C. VESSELLS,
Repairing of All Kipds,
|VShop on Tex** Avenue.
HOUSE ADD SICK PAINTER
All work mi aru
bor to read it
Geo. Lewie waat
tirst of tbe
Tbe Mawa office expect, to aaove
imetime next weak, if
on up town
Cbriat Rudolph deliver, water twioa
a day in all parU of tho city. Boat
spring water only delivered. S-tf
The Shy Grocery waa
Monday to a lot oppoall
house. The location ia a i
Lee Harlan'a Little Hod
a mess room for cooking with a good
Taloga ia to have another newapaper
and Editor Petty lohn warmly wnl-
aita arrival. This is unusual, but
a. W. B. Clarkson returned from
Kiowa. Kansas, last Friday where aha
went to spend Thankagiving with her
Mrs. Green, a slater of Miss Maude
Nixon, came in
county on a vialt and will
after the holidays.
Judge Ed O'Bryaa, of Wichita, waa
a Woodward guaat over Sunday aad
contributed much to the pleaauie of all
who met him during hte stay.
Miss Bertha Mcl'beraoa waa ia from
the ranch laat Monday to BMt her
, Col. A. L.
been up the road on a
I keep on hand a good
my own make, of Cow Boy !
the best quality. Hunter'a 81
two doora east of Chaadlei
If you want to bear lota of
stories concerning the opeaiag of thia
country to aettlemant and prior there-
to, get Charlie Young to telling item
Neighbor Hall says ho don't like
Sundaj work but waa driven to tt thia
week on account of tho printing of tho
bar docket, which by tho way, ia a vary
J.G. Williams la fixing up In Ana
shape next weat of the Chicago Lumbar
yards where ho
Monday, aad ia buay thia week attend-
lag to bia duttea.
bar aad poaistheaslxtun.forth.Cab-
laat salooo, aaoteted by the Jaatey part*
Gerlach Bra. have a ttae display of
Chriatmaa gooda. Bead their bow ad.
la thia iaauo, look at their etock and
you'll trado tbore sura.
J. W. White waa up from Bichamad
J. P. CLENDENIN6
Pure Spring Water.
J. A. PARLETT,
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE,
give him a call.
y Hoffman, aasiatant IT. 8. Attor-
ney, came in from Guthrie Tuesday
and left next day for
placed bla business Im
court in the hands of othor attorneys.
It is reported here that Goo. Iaaaca,
>e man who
st week for attempt to swindle the
under (6,000 bail. That ought to hold
J. C. McClelland, clerk of the Die-
trict Court, brought W. 8. Lamb, of
Kingfisher, with him to reoord the pr
ceedings during tbe term aa ho dads
necessary to return in a few daya.
While here he indulged in the pleaaure
of a hunt aad bagged over two doaoa
quail Tuesday evening.
Notice to Chukch
John Morrison, Presiding Blder of the
United Brethren church
member of said
living in t
him at once, giving
postoffice address. Write him at
Ureensburg, Kiowa county, HCana.
Judge McAtee convened tha Decem-
ber term of District court hereTueo-
day with five criminal and six civil
cases on the docket. Owing to delay
in the appearance of the grand jury,
court adjourned until Wedneaday when
the docket was made up for trial.
Elsewhere ia a full report
ings to date.
J. C. McClelland, wife and son are at
the Light Hotel. Joe MoClelland waa
at one time aheriSof Kingaaan county,
Kansas, and is well known to the editor
of tbe Nkws aa a mighty good all
id citizen, barring his political
views. He is now clerk of the Dtetrict
Court and ia hers to attend the praoaut
term of court by Judge MeAtee.
Capt. J. 8. Welch, of thia city, haa
completed final contracts with a aaaau-
facturing concern in Michigan to make
and sell, on a royalty, tbe patent blot-
ter and pad fasteners invented by him.
Sataa will begin on January 1,1MB,
with tbe invention and tha royalty oa
same, will constitute a handsome rev-
enue. The Naws ia glad to note the
Captain's prosperity and congtatnlataa
him on his good fortunoa ia thaa tun-
ing the reeult of bia
into a vialble supply of
from Woodward county Friday with
largo loads of cedar poats.—Bmvtr
W. 8. Baaswy, Deputy V. 8. Mar-
Hall, from Guthrie, ropraaoate Mar-
ahall Nix te attialMoa before Judge
McAtee thia weak.
L. J. Edwards, of Greer coaaty,
Texaa, has removed to hte bow pur-
be up again until time to qualify and
i his seat aa County Commissioner
mites down the river.
T. H. Ferris from D county, waa ia
town tradlsg this weak. Ha tWeeferty-
fiye Bailee due south of here aad aver-
iee a trip hare about six Unses a year.
T. B. McHarg is build lag a new red-
dene la tho Midway section of tho
city. Hehaa also moved hte jewelry
kblishment to a pointoppoeite Dean
* Laune'e law office.
Daddy Flower waa over from Fort
lag bustasm aad is oae of the best
places la the city for tha aoaommoda-
store, gad rested it to a druggist
B. 8. Wiggins who hai
moved MgB hte lota asar hie big hard
diers remaining there will Mart with
the horses and smbulaaem lor Fort
Sill on the 15th of thia amallh
B. W. Kay was at Woodward the laat
of last week on his regular check tag aa
Mr. Key haa traveled over (he
i and eastern part of U county
and Is on tha go Ilka Bymbolssr—Jfto-
Editor Jim Kelly, of the Alva Jbp-fc-
tbe bar up la
most popular yonag ladlea of tbe
Imperial Club for tho vary nnaaplats
deecription of the ooatumes of the ball
Col. Bengha, ef Alva, waa down last
iturday inspecting tbe oil aupply of
rood ward. Ho thinks we have a
great towa here aad he juet naturally
cannot taep away from It very long at
Th. county debt of Woodward should
aow be funded and hereafter all allow-
waek or tea daya la tha hilte acithssst
of town: M. J. Bay, Jaa. Alley, BoM.
Owens, Fred Baraea aad E M. Mar
. They were wall supplied with
to the taxpayers in the ooutee of a very
Mr. and Mra. Jamea Treblecock, of
Ford county, arrived In Frattyaaiar-
dky for a brief vialt with relatives here.
They are oa their way bom. from Ok-
lahoma, where they have been attend-
ing the funeral of their aon.-PraM,
Ves, 1st us have a state out of thia
irritory aa aoon ae poaaibte. Evan if
the Bepubllcan party comae In in *M,
which it ia morally certain to do, we
i't waat a lot of hoodluma reigning
A number of Pueblo Indiana passed
down tha river Sunday en route to Ft.
on a vialt to t
diaaa. It reminded ua of old
when we need to wear a Gee atrii
painted with poke berriee and yellow
The very idea of Bending officers with
the iasaae all the way to Jacksonville,
Hllaois to have them cared for, is ab-
surd whoa the Territory might secure
Fort Supply and the reservation for an
tbe healthiest aad bast
oould be aakad for than the natural
The Bell outfit have doae a great
deal of fencing here ot late lrreapective
ia in and try to
BMBopoliao the whole country, don't
auit the old reaidantera and if It is car-
ried much farther it will have |
weight In having fenese removed off of
government lands. Such te the feeling
with many of the citixens of Wood-
end if thia te tha
the Nawa will bo
rectly than any one entarprtee which
1 have been made a part Of tha
Tbe Woodward Naera ia booaalag tha
te of the old Fort Supply for a Terri-
torial Industrial Collaga.-BMd Warn.
Well, our wlah ia to have tha splea-
did old poet with ite reservation uti-
lised by the Territory at a big saviag
the taxpayers everywhere la Okla-
ImpHaaiis have yet keea heard. Sev-
eral divorcee have beea graafed.bat
theiaal buelnMa«f thaeoartl. yM to
a. a full report of which will be
The Pueblo lodlaaa, who
Woodward last week during the racea,
acaaot ao alow after all. They have a
foad of play lag
big blaaket which aheulrowsowr both
of them aad she thea kteeee him until
be spits out the ntckte. Tbe game te
liable to be popular in Woodward and
it Is rumored that spwial called meet-
ings of Ut. Imperial and the
each club might be the first to adopt
Solo—Mtea L. Stlne.
Tableau—Boquet of Flowers.
Solo—Miss Daisy Betid.
Dialogue, llarry'a Lecture—Alice
laaoa, Clark Hahurst-
EVERYTHING MARRED IN PLAIN FIGURES.
We don't ask you to buy unless the
Sledge Hammer Figures Convince^ilut to.
. -- GERLACH BROS;
WXD-WARD, OKLA XX02*£JL J
Mtea Lm Bay aolda-Red BidftgHood.
•' OUte Smith—II uaaar.
Edith Marphy—Sailor Girl.
" Lou Smith—Nub.
" LaaaStiaa GIpayGlrl.
" Mlm Edith Wiggins—Dinah.
*• Lottie Smith—Topey.
- Mlm Lena Wlngett-Nigbt.
Mr. Luther Patton-Monk.
'• W. Barry-Monk.
" J. Crowley—Mother Goose.
" Bob Buawell—Darkey Brakeman.
•' It. Bennett-Sailor.
C. Uickey—Engliah Hunter.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Pruotioe in &II th • I-«w
Mr. and Mrs. Pugh, Mr. Lawaon
Stone and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ireland,
of Wellington; Mr. and Mrs. 8m
Mr. aad Mrs. Madox, Mr. and Mra.
Stlne, Miss Reed. Mrs. Odem. Ward.
Healy and Clarke, Mtea Gillmore. of
Love, Laune. Stone, Kersburg, l'liil-
lipa, WiUlsben, Sbutea, S. Jonea, Cun-
ningham, F. Monohan, Kay. Judge
Hammock, J. Monaban and N. Phil-
Tbe dancing continued until
"wee aasall hours" aad every one
elated that they never apent a more
full possession of
spectable" folks. Topey, Dinah and
peal a of laughter. Tbe Im
late be congratulated on their great
from apeakiag of ssveral striking cos-
tumee. They were like the "Rubber
Necks," they 'hadn't room!"
WHAT'LL YOU HAVE?*
• It makes no difference what yon call for.
The place to get it ia at
Opposite Gerlach'a Store, in Woodward.
FINEST BAR IN THE CITY . , *
_ . . . BILLIARD TABLES IK CONNECTION.
6HOLSTON & 6ARVEY, Proprietors.
aa BUI Doolan, Tulao Jack aad George
Newcomb, alias Slaughter Kid, aline
Bitter Creek and bimeelf. Mo
yet, we suggest the old Fort for ite lo-
N.wspeper men will welcome aay
financial "plan" that will compel de-
linquenta to "whack up."—Alva Ckrom-
Tbe beet "plan" te to follow tha ex-
ample of the Nawa,—doat have any
delinquenta. Our list is of the hlghmt
grade because it is strictly cash la ad-
vance, the very dam the merchants
desire to reach by their ada. and the
Concerniag the cutting of timber oa
government lands, the Alva B «*w
says that U.S. Marshal NUhaa in-
structed drputlss BOt to arrsat partiee
dead timber ia allowed to be cut aad
none te allowed to be sold. Maay peo-
ple have got Into trouble for cutting
We look a look la upoa Lee Harlan
teat Monday, aad
a well of splendid
over the river. The well te 1 aside hte
enclosure, only about fourteen fset ia
depth aad the purity of water te
to be due to tbOjravin. water
It may aot be generally kaawa that
Board of Couunissioners, Hoa. D. P.
Marum, te yet nnscathpd by tha
showers of Cupid's darts which failed to
penetrate hte ao^pg of singte blsmsd
nem, but such la
haad la the
D. P. Marum should be looked after at
pleaaure of printing cards baarlag the
usual inscription, "at home hftar"
To Mt Former Patrons:
Having sold my stock of goods
to York-Key Company, of this city,
I desire all persons knowing them-
selves indebted to me to call at
once and settle same by cash or
note. This means you.
JOE H. STONE.
Woodward, November 30, 1894.
LINTON J. rSHEK, President. P. DOYLE, Vice-President.
WOODWARD. - OKCAHOHA.
CAPITAL PAID IN - $25,000.
RUKIN8 III ALL IB BEANCHES.
WITnsur|>tts«*od facilities for collcetlnir chocks on all points. Business entrusted to us
will be promptly attended to. Kxclnnge drawn on Kurope. Correspondents: Chase Ns
ink. New York; Flrat National Hank, Cbie.no>; National Dank of Commerce, K. C.
NORTH OF DEPOT
NORTH OF DEPOT
GOOD RIGS AND LOW RATES.
J. G. WILLIAMS, Prop.
BALDWIN & BON,
Tlpe Lsadlpg Plpotograpl^BfS oF tlpe Soubl^Wesb.
118 E. Douglas Avenue,
Copying and Enlargements
of All Kinds
GENERAL SUPPLY ME.
PETER MARTINSON, Proprietor.
FLOUR, FEED, LUMBER,
GRAIN AND HAY.
I (^Opposite Gerlach Bank, Woodward, 0. T.
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