The Woodward News. (Woodward, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, December 7, 1894 Page: 4 of 4
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Then wasn't much said In tlie late
turning the rascals
the country did It all tlx
AMrm all ooamunloaUoni to
$>e jliwi Publishing Company,
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Sulm rlpllun .... .
\M club rate* siren for Ave i
T.j. U. t-
Detofuii' ti. Onitfrt.it D. T. Flynn
U.S. LAND OVF1CRII8.
Iteaistcr . .Wilson M. Hammock
lleoclri-r I). H. Patton
t.'lorlu c W Him...I and II. H. atiortir
noAito ok townsitb ntt'sruKs.
F. ft. Hurria. Cluilrmtin.
W. C. Cunninirbaui. rtocreiitry.
A. N. Wblttlnaton.
rrohato Judge J. U. F. Jennlngt
County Attorney II. 11. £inltli
Sheriff John K. Lovi-
Under Sheriff Tube Odooi
Treaautvi H. 8. ImmrrKin
County Clerk. KegUtirori
Oeeds Bi-Offli'lu } A O. K Inoaid
Slirrcyor 0. H. Wclinter
_ IT. L.O'Hrlsn. Clim
County Commlulom n - w. T. Juilltlns
I1). I'. Marum
Funny, Isn't It* Lou of little one
bone western Kansas towns with oot
a yard of water in the same county
with then, are nt w busy advertising
Oyster Bays" In each of them.
The cost of maintaining the prison-
ers of Oklahoma in the Kansas pen
would suffice to build and equip u good
penitentiary at home every four years.
What Is the matter with the Fort Sup-
ply reservation for I Ills pur|w sey
Hill Hackney luir leu Winlleid ami
4011U to stir up the unimaU 111 mnne l>ig
town in Ohio. Tlie eartii lieinilxmix
shows signs <<f tipping up. — H'elUnalon
i'utyour loot ou it. Bie r t'ampbeil.
put your lout on 11, quick! liul'li
iiold it level!
fio ahead gentlemen of Omgress!
When you linvu demonstrated 10 the
satisfaction of the people by the "Bal-
timore plan" that tlai money is good
ttheti issued by uud for the profit of
the banks, the people will not be long
in adopting the same system with the
elimination of the banker as a factor
in the "plan
The constant drop or water
Wears away the hardest stone;
The constant gnawing Towner
Manllcute* the louyheM bone;
The constant oooln« lover
Carries olt the Mushing maid.
And the consunt advertiser
Is the one who rets the trade,
If he Puta It . .
In the NEWS.
Largest Circulation of any
paper in western Olalioma.
Don't be discouraged, is a mighty
good motto for every right minded
Alabama now lms two governors. A
pair like that won't beat three of a
The scramble for the pie counter is
the only "hum of industry" heard
The historic gentleman who allowed
himself to bo caught between the devil
and the deep sea preseuted no more
pitiful spectacle than will Tom lteed
next year hesitating betwixt his duty
to the Kepublican majority in congress
and his fealty to hit presidential boom.
There will be a do-nothing congress
until the presidential election of 1H9U is
There are nearly one hundred Okla
horna convicts conBnsd at the Lansing,
Kan., penitentiary The expense of
transporting and maintaining Okialio-
m.i convicts ia sufficient everv four
yewrato build a penitentiary.—Rt,xo
The Territory should erect a peni-
tentiary at once, and Fort Supply and
its reservation wonld build and equip
it almost without cost to the people.
In a Washington dispatch da
Nov. 80th, is the following: "Secretary
Smith holds that townsite locations in
Oklahoma must have valid Improve-
ments; that the certificate of location
by the land officers is only prima facie
evidence and not good against the
sworn evidence of witnesses. There
are many cases which the secretary ex
pects to dispose of immediately.
^ Vermont has turned down Woman
Suffrage. Vermont is a very sensible
Jittle community after all.
The cotton crop of Oklahoma last
season was the best since its.settle-
ment. Notwithstanding the low prices,
much of it is being marketed.
Oklahoma will be admitted to the
Union at no distant day, and it will
come in a bright, healthy, vigorous Re-
publican state. The young territory's
future is a most promising one. - K. C.
The standard joke by the newspaper
fraternity in Kansas just now is that
everybody is after Lewelling and even
the liens are laying for him. The Gov-
ernor sells eggs at Wichita.
Down in tlie "strictly agricultural
region" of the territory they are sweat-
ing great gobs of despair and praying
for ruin. Herein Woodward county,
where the people do not depend alto-
gether on farming, the case is vastly
different. The calf crop never fails!
Some shrewd fellow who evidently is
the owner of an orange grove says,
"The latest cure for the whiskey bal.it
is oranges, eaten as follows: One be-
fore breakfast, another at 11 a. in., 3
p. m. and 0 p. m. and another just be-
fore retiring for the night. It is
claimed that the above will cure in-
ebriety in its worst form."
The fellow who flist got off that gag
about "hope springs eternal in the hu-
man breast," had Comanche county
Kansas right In his mind's eye as
evidenced by the following from last
week's Coldwater Enterprise:
There is considerable wheat in the
ground in Comanche county. It repre-
sents money and labor. It needs
moisture. Ihere is moisture in rain
and snow, ltain and snow come from
the clouds. All we need is the clouds,
rain or snow, and the moisture; give
us these and the wheat will do the rest.
It is rather a compliment to Ameri-
can newspapers that, though published
thousands of miles from the scene of
the Armenian horrors, their accounts
of those wholesale murders are so
graphic and their comments upon them
so forceful that the Turkish govern-
ment has issued an edict prohibiting
the importation of any American news-
paper into Turkey.
Judge I itzer. senator-elect from Ca-
nadian, is putting up a superior grade
ot confidence in connection with the
council presidency, and if the little
ball drops into the right slot, he will
get there. The leader favors Senator
Hay for president; if he is unable to
secure the plum, then give us I'itzer.-
If you think there's any chant e for
Senator Ray we're with you. from start
to finish. Bob Ray is competent for
any position within the gift of the ter-
ritorial senate, but as be is in a hope-
less miuority politically We don't care
to bet on his chances of securing the
With child-like innocence the Wood-
ward News asks, if bonds are good
why not full legal tender treasury
notes. Bonds draw interest for the
bond-holders and sap the energy of in-
dustry; lull legal tender treasury notes
—issued from the same source and lx>t-
tomed on the same credit—circulate
among the people, draw no interest
and stimulate trade and enterprise.
And this is why, with a gold bug ad-
ministration. that treasury notes are
not as good as bonds. Seel—Coldwater
See? Of course we see, and with
your able explanation it is hoped every
reader of this item will see and fully
concur with you.
Why don't Clark Hudson, of the Al-
va Herine, get marriedr lie's decided-
ly the prettiest tingle newspaper man
in the Territory, not even barring K
W. Hoyt, o^helWMiCltyjCbwrfcr.
That was a great scheme which Ueo.
Isaacs and other prominent cattlemen
of the Chickasaw nation fixed up to
bamboozle the express companies out
of thousand of dollars, but it miscar-
ried and left lsaaos and his associates
lu the soup. Their idea was lo aeuj a
package pur|kuiing to contain fc .uuu
by express to Canadian, Texas. There,
outlaws would hold up the train and
uke the paciug. Nulur.ili>. the cat-
tlemen would look to tile express com-
pan) lor leiuilnii.seiuriit, which the)
would get. Bin S.n i .ti .tliUi'i «., i,i,
naiul, and when toe UuUiliis atUckeu
tlie li'aiu a llgiu enaUrU in allien Mc-
Gee Mas knl, d aim the outlaws liitviu
off. 'iheu the exprea* package w.is —
opened and found to oonuiii ol.mk pa M* f*"oW n""> or ho conspires to de-
per the size of bills, with a couple ol P"""'^'m of his earnings by trusts and
hundred dollars iu money on top <il I '"'"bines, should be hunted down with
each package. Isaacs is in jail, Mctiee ** ®uch u" l ntl * vigor as tlie Dal-
i dead, the robbers are in niu Wichitar0"* ol ll"' "ang. or punished
-lunula,us try lug to secret themselves wiiu ll,e Mm« ""Verity that sttenda
from tbd officers, and the caalemen's l'le pro8ecul'on * common swindler
scheme has gone glimmering.—Oklaho- or f"rlfr-
man. | When these things are done our
b* done soon to relieve the strained
condition of the public
tl ® cry from the wbart— _
the rippling wsters of the golden gat*.
That the conditions will amend them-
selves while human vultures sre cir-
cling nearer with the expectation of
rich feasts. Is not a probability.
The people, by their representative
heads must act and net promptly. The
laws which farm out tiie oontrol of the
A financial system which Is Ak...._
in iu character, and which will giva
the greatest good to the greatest num-
ber must be enacted.
A graduated income tag which will
•lieve the burdens of the toiler aud
place it upon the Idler aud the owner
of wealth, gotten by unjust and un-
American laws, should be made for
iie^uppurt ol our general government.
And finally no favoritism should he
aiinweu to exist iu the enforcement of
laws. The millionaire who murders
his tellow mau or who conspires to de-
i ssll my own.
So I'll tail you
Why I'd rather be si boas.
Or or Kerfew's
■ut one that's. O. so true; what's s
la tble little
"bore Ike rales have tarried me.
There la only
One oM tavern
Just as bum as bun own be.
■till I tblak
Ireaia tbla one old si
Tn t> . „ country may once more celebrate the
The Hardesty Herald, which has natal day of iu freedom and thank
been for years a Republican newspaper Uod for the favoring guidance of His
in Beaver county, last week came out hand in the struggle for tbeTxirtsno^
squarely independent and gives among and perpetuation of our Union
the" recettf %SSS£^M inTa™' JS?" T' ^ Un"
county, and see a candidate ou one utUir We cur* ot contraction has been
ticket get aU5 majority, and one on the "<>PPed and the control ol our nation's
ri .sr.: I
Thus far learned It,
And perhaps 1 never wUI.
What I do know
WIU your besrt with pity |||.
us forcibly that a great many" of The" IT"' B#IW,U ■fovernB"nl
voters are indejiendeiit of the party where " constitutionally belongs, can
lash iu their action. An independent I "le People of this count rv ha fru .mi
paper is at liberty to criticise wrong in independent.
the ranks of anv narfv ami 1
r. « ~. ™ -- ...
the ranks of any party, and to praise
good deeds with the same vigor, where-
as a paper with pronounced political
views, is to a marked extent, in duty
bound to be lenient in commenting up-
on possible errors of the party to wliich
Why not incorporate the city?
Everybody enn't ride in the band
The News subscription list keeps
rf " «-uo oauie maimer as iue in- I r%
dividual voter and select from the va- u>nKr®" want* to n me the new
rious tickets men of its choice—a po-|8tate Indianola. Ugh!
sition that could not very well be as- r. .«
sumed by a paper that bows obedience Uoes the «' the grand jury
to a party lash. m
The News would
After the nominations are made ev-
ery voter becomes a free and independ-
ent thinker, and nine out of ten vote a
"scratched" ticket. As anindepend-l
ent paper, the lltraUl reserves the right
to act in the same manner as the in-
•van.ua. ssvrv C J WCIi UO MS*
sumed by a paper that bows obedience i — <
•-1- 1 now in session interest you?
A negro is being tried in Omaha fori News would like to hear from
the murder of a 16-year-old white girl. people on the Fort Supply question.
Upon his arrest he confessed all the Mrs. Geo. Healr and son Ledrn ex-
details of bis crime, which was one of pects to visit friends in Emporia, Kan
revolting brutality. Upon the advice next
of two lawyers, however, he deter- v„ . .
mined to plead not guilty and to stand p >as been token on the
trial. Upon the second day of the trial £ ^ ' Wi" 80011
it was discovered that one of the jury-
men was a non-resident and the jury
With a alls-pan:
"Try your band at esse and cakei
Bense of duly
Spurs ae onward.
I venture to go In,
There I aaa the
•one en slued on bis chin.
Re ia aodeat.
Drunk or sober,
(And It's seldom he sets tlsbti
And be thunders
"Cy" Sulloway, the Republican
member-elect of congress from the
First New Hampshire district, will be
a character at Washington. Primarily
a criminal lawyer, in politics first a
democrat, then a greenbacker, and
lastly a republican, he has latterly
been a devotee in the ranks of the Sal
vation army and recently married t
Salvation army captain. He is C feet
6 inches in his socks and an earnest
and fluent talker.
WTCiod made man, Cleveland and
Carlisle made another issue of #50,000,-
000 gold bonds and sold them for
money to make up what they lost on
the deficiency tariff bill, and the poor
man will hayo to be taxed finally to
Pay the debt.—Iowa Park Texan.
Come off Bro. Kolp! There is no
evidence to prove that the devil did
not make Cleveland and afterward in-
spired him to bond the country to the
extent of *100,000.090, in less thau one
year's lime for the benefit of English
"Spider s silk is even finer than that
spun by the silk-worm," said gentle-
man at Hie Knight. "111810118118 say
that Louis XIV was presented with an
entire suit woven from spider s silk.
It is more glossy and brilliant than
any other, iu natural color, when
woven, being a rich golden. It is ca-
pable of being dyed to any color de-
sired. It is stated by an eminent en-
tomologist that he took 8,480 yards of
silk from one spider, or about two
miles. It has always been a matter of
surprise that these insects are not
raised for their silk. They are much
more easilv raised and taken care of
than silk-worms and are capable of
producing more silk,"—Inter Ocean.
'No, ma'am." Baid the grocer,
making a great Mattering among his
tins; "I have coffee pots and tea pots,
but there isn't such a thing as a jack
pot in the Btore." "I'm so sorry,"
wailed the young wife; "you see, we
haven't been married long, and my
husband's mother has always cooked
for him, and when I heard him talking
in his sleep about a jack pot I thought
I'd get one, for lie mentions it so often
he must be used to it. Could you tell
me what they cook iu it?" "Greens,
ma'am" said the grocer, and he sent
her to the tin store iu the next block.—
Detroit Free Pres*.
An exchange that has been figuring
on the hard times has come to the con-
clusion that they are caused by the
fact that most people buy more than
they produce. It says: We let our
timber rot and buy fencing; we throw
away ashes and buy soap; we give away
our hides and buy rope; we raise dogs
and buy hogs; we let our manure go to
waste and buy guano; we grow weeds
and buy vegetables and brooms; we
catch five cent fish with a $4 rod; we
build school houses and send our chil-
dren off to be educated; and lastly we
send our boys out with a MO gun and a
$10 dog to hunt for 10 cent birds
Petersburg, (IU..) Observer.
mv v • iui utj|(l i i j
mixed In a druggist's mortar and then
the other ingredients added.
The contributor adds: "I wish this
could be published in every paper in
the land, and that in after years, I
could have the satisfaction of knowing
that many have been saved from ter
rible suffering and premature death.
y The quarantine against Texas cattle
was discharged. Thereupon counsel is raisetJ from now until the middle of
for the defense immediately demanded next February.
the discharge of the prisoner on the Wait for the wagon. The News ot-
ground that his life and liberty had Bee hopes to be up town "in person"
been once put in jeopara.- and that he next week some time.
could not be tried again before a law- Remember that in going east now
ful jury. This motion the court prop- You can make connections at Winfleld
erly overruled. The man is guilty of ,or all points on the main li^ south ln
the crime. He has confessed it and Oklahoma
his lawyers knew him to be guilty. It , -r. ,
is a question which has begun to dis- ',lM Supply
quiet a great many people, not law- , mean m ny dol,ar" worth ot <«•
yers, how far an attorney, being an wLwarT" 10 "" n,erch"lU of
officer of a court of justice, may go to
knowingly defeat justice. If the The editor of the Alva Chronicle was
shyster lawyers of Omaha had procured a Woodward visitor this week,
'bis murderer's release through the in-1 was astonished when he sa
competence or folly of the judge pre-
siding and he had been lynched, they. I Fred Bosnian's Parson of Alva and
havtT been "respond Me*'"" WOU'd ^ U,b8°n' "f Kingfisher, were
been responsible. matched in a 500 yard rac« at the fair
A Sure Cancer Cure. grounds yesterday for 120 a side. Par-
A correspondent of the Rural JVetr 80,1 WOn lhe
York furnishes the following cancer The trial of O. P. Jewel for murder
cure to the readers of that paper, Mctiuin and the lad who was with
which he says to his own personal bim begins to-day in the district court,
knowledge, has positively cured a num- Attorney Senator Ray has been ap^
ber of malignant cancers. His aunt, pointed counsel by the court for the ac-
a woman of sixty was relieved of an | cused.
iuterual cancerous tumor, by taking The races last Saturday were unto
heir medicine and that too after being the standard, and it is a matter ed
treated by several eminent physicians pride to our people that Miss Wood-
with no benefit. The writer adds that ward, the lit£ mare own^ by^r
he has never known the remedy to fail townsman. Gene Hall took first monev
to correct impurities of the blood over splendid comi ito^ On FrMay
is S,liape'CerOU80r0l"erWiSe' "ere ^ bi* handiC P ™ 5S
rr_. P«- more, a horse from Garden City, Kan
Two ounces sulpher, half ounce —
quicksilver, one ounce cream of tarter, Seheel Netes.
half ounce salt petre. Put in a pint of Woodward, O. T., Dec. 4.1894
molasses, stir, take a table spoonfull Following are the names of those
before going to bed. For outside ap making the highest grades in the dif-
plication, one bottle British oil, one ferent studies during the month of
ounce red precipitate. The suiplier November:
and quicksilver rnuBt be thoroughly I'ractical Arithmetic (a) Wallace
mixed In a druesist's mortar Hml tii,.n Amie^.n
'Course, I know that
Ha cares little
r I blew the dawn of day.
Ho I answer:
"Tee, air, thank you,
Paaa the aufar, please, this way.'
Then we Ulk of
Crops and weather,
Whlla tba waltreaa, atandlnr by,
Perbapa will aak we'
"Hare aome ayrupf—
Never mind, that'a juat a fly -
When I've chlaaeled
And ay repast's at an end.
Then the butter
"flood-bye. pard, we'u meet s*aln.
Wow It's noon,
O, welcome odor'
■e chicken, wonder "f 'tis?
Just my luek to
The Chicago papers are now going
after the private town of Pullman with
an amount of euergy that should result
in something being accomplished.
After showing that Pullman has
streets that do not belong to the pub-
lic. and that the entire town is simply
an undivided part of a seel Ion of land
used by the company for the extortion
of rents in the way of house room, gas,
truck stores, water, etc., iu order to get
back whatever wages are paid its em-
ployes, the Chicago Timet concludes:
"When Pullman becomes a menace to
the public health as well as a nuisance
generally it is time for the public to
step iu with its power of eminent do
main and destroy the uu-American,
exclusive and unauthorized character
of Pullman's private town."
The Curse of Contraction
Daily, almost hourly, the horrible
curse of contraction is being felt as the
lack of money to do business, to meas
ure wages, or even buy the bare neces-
saries of life becomes more and more
apparent. The ghoulish satisfaction
taken by the money lenders as they
take in valuable property after prop-
erty, is only rivaled by the piteous
moans of the unfortunate who is turn-
ed out to starve or condemned to a life
of penury by the cursed financial sys-
tem of our fair land.
Everywhere we see the staggering
wrecks of men who are capable of the
enjoyment of life and whose lives
would willingly be volunteered in the
defense of their country, and yet who
are driven to rags and degradation by
the heavy hand of contraction of our
Don't tell us it Is the fault of these
individuals. You know better than
that. The world is not overcrowded, if
men who have the power would not
selfishly take advantage of unjust laws.
What then is the remedy? The ex-
pansion of the volume of money where-
by all men may be given employment
aud the homes of America may again
be lighted by the smile of prosperity.
That something must be done to re-
lieve the awful coudition of affairs is
universally admitted. That It will
burst out in revolution more bloody
than that which made the streets of
Practical Arithmetic, (b) Milton
Glismar and Fred Wiggins.... 96
Physics, Wallace Anderson ]oo
Harvey's Grammar, Percy Cornell
and Clara Davis ]oo
U. 8. History, Milton Geiamar.... 100
Physiology. Fannie Geismar 100
Physical Geography, Wallace An-
Algebra, Claud Davis 95
Spelling, Fannie Geismar and No-
ra Crabtree |W
Weekly Kxercise. Claud Davis, Iva
Undreth and Alga Oak, each. 100
Deportment, Claud Davis and Car-
rie Hudson joq
Others have high grades but space
would not allow us to mention more
than the highest. Parents, are you
helping us all you can to secure the
greatest advancement for your child-
ren? We believe you are helping us.
u *" are interested in your children and
feel that there is a great responsibility
upon the teacher who takes upon him-
self the duty of guiding the thoughts
of those, upon whom the future wel-
fare of our country depends. In a few
fleeting years, the boys and girls, that
we cheerfully assist in the school room
will be called upon to fill the positions
that wait them. We feel sure that the
pupil who responds to duty's call in
.1 , |loom wl]1 be just as ready
I to duty's call when our
country need* one to fill some impor-
tant place ia it* history.
Mark well the life of the boys and
girls and you have the dawning light
of the future. Will you help us by
giving your encouraging words and
cts? We know you cannot afford to
do otherwise, for within the welfare of
the children, lies the future
of every parent. T. D
Tea. It's chicken
And with dumplings
But the latter are like lead.
And I 'apose they
tTted a couple
To knock off tbe chicken's bead.
There are beans, too,
Wonder what they cooked ibam foi
Bet If they bad
Tonguea they'd tell me
Stortea of tbe Civil war.
Pie? Of courae you
Know what that iceana-
AnythlDf that has a crust.
And I muat eat
So I'll take that In or bust.
Then I'll play I've
Had a plenty,
Aud I'll hasten out the door.
And I wish I'd
Never have to
8e« that lay-out any more.
But, when aupper
ire tbe same old bill of fare.
And again I ask
"Must I tackle what'a out there?"
And my bed-room,
What a beauty!
All there apeaka of taste and rrace,
And I'm 'wakened
In tbe night by
falling In my face.
Hut tbe wasb-atand's
"s varnished aieek and bright,
I can wash there
In tbe day-Ume,
my writing there at night.
And the oarpet—
Well, I'm doubtful
What tbe color ought to be.
For I never
Took the tmuble
To dig thro' the dirt to see.
And of ohairs, —I
Rare a plenty,
bed Is everything
One cAuld well
Expect to find here,
They say all men
Must eat their pec
Of dirt in course of time.
In that event,
I thank the Lord,
Now, you'll ask
Why I atay here as I do.
If 'twas all the
Job you knew a
Tou would hold It, wouldn
Maybe, doe di
In your roamlni
■re your time shall come t
Pate will Bnd yo
Just aa I an-
ils on crusty pi.
Then It may be,
How I faced tbe world s
And will be >
Conductor Phillips and friends who
were hunting recently in the strip re-
port plenty of game. Tbe hunters who
made up this party were not much on
the shoot bowever, as they only brought
in six skunks and tried to pass them off
for prairie squirrels. Phillips is all
right on a railroad, but Bob Buswell
be can't shoot a little bit.—JCteiea
•ud are here only half tbe tlm*. Tbe
estimated average of tbe pay roll for
Woodward Is about M.OOO per quarter
or l«,000 for the year.
The agent and operator at Canadian
have resumed their normal tempera-
ture since the attempted robbery scared
them out of several year's appetite for
Conductor Doc McKlaaen has piiahed
the last train up Canadian hill for tbe
season and came In Sunday night, the
push englue going on to Wellington
while Doc resumes Ids partnership with
Bradlield. Jue Toy is haiipy again.
Engineer Scow had an attack of the
(ileut lsy Monday night aud was consid-
erably alarmed over tlie results. At
iaat accounts he was. much better.
Engineer Biiby has reaumed his reg-
ular run, alter subbing lor Eugiiieei
iiiiiette several trips. He says this
lUiug of running a passenger engine is
not what it's cracked up to beany way.
I bey run loo laat fur a mau with quiet
A. T. Payne, of Wichita, the general
express agent of the Wells Fargo for
Kansas and Oklahoma waa in town
A special went up Tuesday evening
with a train of stock for Chicago with
privilege of Kansas City.
The way car or Chas. Dobson, No. 66,
waa neatly draped iu memoriam of the
man who spent so long a ti
IVKk, Mution ..id all kind.
the place, North aide
Do yon travel through Wellington? Then
Tbe Railroad EaUag Boise,
Oppoalte Danta Pe Depot, where you will Ind
tbe beat meala la tbe ottjr, and prompt
neh counter In oon-
J. M. Ptlt-ILL, Prop. I
oors east of PostoMee.
r meala served oa short attlee lo
Regular boarders aoooaaodated.
Watches! Clocks! Jeweliyi
HRND OR OO TO
PEARCE, IU Wkttti Jewslar,
Established many years, lieri
Wichita, : :
The local is doing Iota of pick
work in stock every day now.
•toad Master Nelligan went to Pan-
handle Monday, and will come down
the track on his three wheeler. Look
out for hitn, boys!
I. L. Kles was down tlie line this
week cutting out Whitehead, Gage aud
other points where the telegraph Is not
ueeded until the cattle shipping season
begins next year.
The conductors ou the west end
kept busy recording tbe numbers of
time passes Issued to and used by tbe
t exas Hangers.
Conductor Britton has spent the
week bunting. Conductor Carlton sup-
plies his run.
Since tbe rush is over, Geo. Christ-
iaa, the accomplished and entertain-
ing hotel man at the R. R. House, ia
kept busy amusing the boys whose lay
over is a little longer than the rest re-
quired actually warrants.
Engineer Chapman laid off here
Monday night witk a lame back. En-
gineer Herring relieved him.
The night car inspector and several
wipers were let out here this week.
Business is growing duller here on
account of the lack of cattle shipments.
Geo. W. Mradiield arrived Sunday
with his family aud are now at home
to their many Woodward friends in
tlieir pretty residence northwest of the
Cattle King hotel.
The operators at Whitehead. Gage
and Pampa, and the assistants at Can-
adian and Higgins have been called in
for the season, the rush being over
with the big shipments.
The union depot at Curtis was burn-
I one day this week. No one seems
1 know tlie origin of the Are.
THE RAMEY HOUSE
TRANSIENT and REGULAR BOARDERS.
VTexas Avenue, near the depot.
(Opposite the Depot.)
lUtfSSeFine Liquors and Cigars.
A LUNCII COUNTEK IN CONNECTION
WILL 8EKVE YOUR WISHES TO A DOT.
WTbe trains stop 20 minutes at the Dew Drop for tbe benefit of passengers.
J. P. MILLIKEN, Prop.
E. S. WIQ-Q-inSTS,
(Successor to Wiggins k Wiggins)
- DEALER in
Hardware, Lumber, Furniture
and Undertaker's Goods.
Bay Yoor Hardware dF a Hardware Aan!
gffiif1"ts- ■ . a.
"*v W"l fUIUJirMJ
his light 18 out.
With deep regret we record the death
of Conductor Chas. Dobson, at bia
home in Wellington last Saturday even-
ing. On next Christmas he would have
completed the fifth year of his ma'rried
life, and now a loving wife and two
beautiful children are mourning his
dutimely call by the grim mesaenger of
He was aged 30 years, 6 months and
21 days. His uniform courtesy and
kindness made Charlie Dobson a prime
favorite on the line from superintend-
ent to section man, and especially so
with the boys in tbe train service, who
never spoke of him but with highest
praise for his many good qualities.
A life-long member of the M. E.
Church, he lived aconsisent christian,
proving the true spirit of bis profession
of faith by his every day regard for his
fellows. Ills light shone for all and
bis helping band was ever extended
for the benefit of any one who needed
As a train man he waa in high stand-
ing and ranked at the top in tbe Order
of Railway Conductors, of which organ-
ization he was a member.
Chas. Dobson has made his last run,
bis reports are audited and his lantern
is darkened. The Grand Maater of
the Universe will now reward his ser-
vices as seemeth beat.
His interment was made at Cherry-
vale, bis former home, the remains be-
ing accompanied by relatives and
friends. The K. of P. Lodge escorted
tbe remains to the train which bore
him to Cherryvale liundayevening.
The News joins with his host of
friends here in extending sympathy to
the bereaved family, and friends else-
C. A. SUMPTION,
Specifications and Plans Fur-
First-Class Work Guaranteed.
WOODWARD flBQCERY QO.
IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
Second Block South of Railroad.
FOB A FIRST-CLASS DRINK OF
■ — •• • uninK ur
-^ILE, BEER, OR RYE WHISKEYS
Tlie Bon Ton. Saloon,
Main Street, Woodwerd, Oklahoma.
bltitfkrb room wsklkeitkb.
R.m.nber b>« Plooe. go|li„,' Bo, ftp 8oloon.
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Conductor Warner is spending a
week at Clarkaon's ranch. Conductor
Sims has his run during his absence.
Tbe pay roll of the road at this point
iMt month aggregated M70.W to em
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