The Woodward News. (Woodward, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, December 20, 1895 Page: 1 of 4
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The Woodward News.
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N KWH- lUtabllshod June I. HUM.
AliVOCATR-Haiablished September It. IMO.
WOODWARD AMD WEST URN OKLAHOMA.
WOODWARD. WOODWARD COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20. 1896.
A. T. & S. F. TINE TABLE.
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Mrs. ti. A. McComber wa* in from
Old paper* for sale at this often.
30 eeuta per hundred.
The Woodward Ororwy Company
ant your butter and emr . >' ti'
Mr*. Cane of Kansas, mother of Mrs.
Ijongdon in hero visiting her daughter.
Mrs. John Buawell met with a pain-
ful accident last Friday by failing and
ipraining her ankle.
The pity has a buay appearance thin
eok, owing to the number of eourt
Old paper* for Hale at thia office.
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pauy for Boots and Shoe*,
line* iust received.
The Woodward Grocery Company
will aril you shoes cheaper than any
bouse in town. 16 tf
Mian Edith Tiff of Tesas, ia here I * "«•*
spending the holiday* with her sistfr, <* t,u" N- O. Sugar, '& pounda for
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4:n | ludependenoe
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Kansas City Mo
9:«0 IKantaa City Mo
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rrmina marked • arc dally except Saturday
Train* marked ♦ are dally except Sunday.
All other train* run *
I to domination.
POBTOPPICR Hon 118.
Ofloa open week day* from 7 A. M. until J
r. M.; Sunday* from 8 to 4 P. w.
P. J. CAaaoix, V. M.
■ second-class matter, June M. MM.
C3TVX&Cn xx&x:crro -x-.
Service* at the Opera Home everj
sod fourth Sunday* at 11:00 o'clock
and fl:00 o'clock evening. Choir prautloe
thlrtv minutes proceeding tuurnlng nnd e\cn-
lng service*. Class meeting following mom-
Ing hour cach Siilibath. Sunday lobool *1
3:00o'clock every Sabliath. A cordial Invita-
tion 1* extended to all.
Hkv. Win. J. Hanson, Paator.
Sunday school at St. John'* Chapel every
Sunday rooming at 10 ^clock.
Scrvlcea every flmt and third Lord'a Day.
All arc cordially inulted.
hkv. j.I'ktsbhov, Missionary.
QR. II. M. I'll AN1H.KK.
PHYSICIAN * SURGEON.
laroKFirS—Firm door Went of Drug Store.
Call* answered at all hour*.
pit. S. S. Ml'.NUKU.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
Office and rualdenco on® door wont of post
tar Will Attend all call*. d*y or nl*ht.
q11.j. m. workman.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEOS
Culls answered nliilit anil .lay. Wii
make t ails in city and coutilry.
WOlHce on Main Street.
qkan * LAUNR,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
(.illliirien*m i'mrintmam rmtee-
Mr*. W. P. Wright returned Tin*-1fwru«—«, I'r,
day from Hitopm, Te*a*. ,
*«lk, at t
Wait for llnvis Bros.' coal. It will
be tbe bent and cheap**!. Ultf. j
t 'ountry produee wanted
Woodward Grocery OomiHtny
Tbe Woodward Bell Society will
meet until after Christmas.
t tbe |
Haa another car of the U. S. Patent
Fancy articles belonging to the "Bell
Society" are for aale at Hie office of
the Alexander Lumber Co.
(lo to the Woodward (Irocery Corn-
Era. Williaai .
Mr*. Campbell, mother of Mra. Ed.
Harding, left for her home in Lyons,
Kan sax, IdHt Friday.
Mra. Nick Hudaon entertained tbe
Ladies Charade (,'lub in a royal man-
>r last Saturday night.
There ia more profit in one hundred
head of grade cattle than three timea
that number of dogiex.
For flrat-claaa Millinery of all de-
scriptions, call on Mra. Jennie Baker,
oppoaite the Cattle King Hotel. 3*4
Call and aee the beautiful doll* dress-
ed aa "Bride and Groom" in the win-
the Alexander Lumber Co.'a
Us U Weiglela'a
Tbe C. M. Hall reaidenee wan moved
over onto the Gerlach lot last Satur-
day. The Letup Cold Storage occu-
pies the corner lots.
We are going to handle the best
lump coal at the beat prices. Wait
and buy from us. Yours Truly,
21tf Davis Bros.
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.McHaru. Supt
We are requested to announce in
the columns of this journal that a dance
ill be given at the Opera House
Christmas night and that everybody is
invited. Be sure and attend aud make
this one of tbe most successful dances
of tbe season.
W .minimi: All persons who hunt on
the premises of Jake Eckard are re-
pectfully requested to slioot « tlie
game and not at the people. Several
parties came out from town one day
last week and narrowly missed filling
Mr*. Stevens with gun shot. Several
days before that Mr. Kellar was struck
by six shot. Either do better shoot
ing or stay at home.
Notice: The Rev. H. M. Enyeart,
Presiding Elder of Methodist Episco-
pal church for the western (or Strip)
district Oklahoma conference, has no-
tified us that he will visit Woodward
on the 'J4tli (or next Monday) and be
with us until tbe 25th. Arrangements
are being made to hold services at 11
a. m. and 7:30 p. m., Dee. 25th and
26tb. Let Woodward maintain her
good reputation of entertaining strang-
er*. AII are cordially invited to attend
all of the services.
Wii. J. Harrod. L. D. M. E. C.
one dollar, at Waiglein'.i
Judge and Mra. Frank Dale are
guests of the Cattle King during this
term «iI the district court.
P. L. Herring was iu Woodward
during court week, Dec. 16th to 23rd,
t. E. JENNINGS. J. j. J«nn*M
JENKINS & JENKINS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Q P. MAHCM.
Offloa flrat *
IOUSTON * BAT,
« O. CUNNINOHAM.
I praotlo* la County. Territorial i
will practice In County, Territorial ami
A. M. WOOdT Ppoprietor.
WWi <lo bualna** at all hour*. All call*
The Hardesty Herald has the usual
"a bright ray of sunshine invaded the
home''etc., act in the mention of a
new baby to one of its patrons. The
newspaper that can invent a new fig>
ure of spccch for that frequent occur-
rence will confer a favor on the pub-
lic.—Guthrie State Capital.
What good would it do to invent a
new figure of speech when the frequ-
ent occurrence always happens in the
same old way.— Hardesty Herald.
'Sh! Keep quiet! You forget that
the "new woman" is liable to be on
deck at any moment. Then what be-
comes of your "good old way," ehl
Capt. G. W. McDonald, editor of the
Western Oklahoman, was up from Ta
loga December 17th and made us (
fraternal call. Capt. McDonald is «
in thia country and has for
many years been thoroughly convers-
ant with its conditions. He is the pos-
sessor of a splendid ranch in D county
and owns a considerable range. He i*
pronounced in favor of "double" state-
hood and is untiring in his efforts to
secure recognition for Oklahoma alono
as a state. Tbe Captain is always a
Mrs. Dr. Munger and Mrs. C. E.
Odern figured last Friday in a very
exciting nwl very dangerous accident
but which resulted in no serious injury
to either lady. They had driven one
of Bob Onts' spirited teams out to the
residence of Mr. Robert Ray, west of
town and it was on their way home
that the accident occurred. Mrs. Mun-
ger was driving and had failed, when
starting, to get the team well in hand.
In turning down a rather steep curve
in tbe road the horses were going at
an unusual rate of speed when the
front wheel, running a little out of the
beaten path, struck a bank in the road-
side. There was not another moment
for consideration, for the handsome
buggy was inverted within a second,
and the two ladies were flying through
the air. They both struck the soft
ground beyond the reach of the over
turned vehicle and the horses feet
In another moment both ladies were
up and Mrs. Munger was holding fast
to the horses' bridles while Mrs. Odem
ran for help. Neither spemo.l very
much frightoned and neither uttered a
scream. Beyond a few slight bruises
neither lady'was injured, and the
horses were unhurt. The buggy,
it was almost a wreck,
The Haviland China and fancy cup*
of all kindaf Weiglein has them.
The Woodward Grocery Company
wiU sell you good* cheaper than any
houae in Woodward. 15 tf
Tl.e Nkws will be mailed to any ad-
ess in the United State*, Mexico or
Caiutda for $1.00 per year. All other
foreign countries, at ti.60 per year.
Several Alva duck* are in agony.
They fear the new style of coat* will
be of the see-more brand and not come
below tbe danger flag*, sometimes
Notice.—This is to notify all parties
who may be concerned that I will not
be responsible for any debts contract-
ed by Jemima Odell.
30t2]>d Victor B. Ourli..
S. C. Vessills, accompanied by a
friend, arrived from the western part
of Kansas, Monday, to attend to some
business here. Mr. Vessills recently
sold bis blacksmith shop and moved
his family to Kansas.
For the holiday travel the Santa
Fe Route will sell round trip tickets at
one and one-third faro to all points
withiu a distance of 200 miles. Dates
of wile December 24th, 25th and 31st,
1895, aud January 1, lSKij good return-
ing to and including January 2, 1890.
G. W. Rocrke, Agent.
Beaver county may not be a* thickly
populated a* other counties in tne ter-
ritory, but the settlers all have money,
or if they hap|ieii to bo out of ready
cash they have backing nnd can get
credit for what they want. They are
all stock farmers, and the stock farm
er is the right kind of a man for this
kind of a country..—Hardesty Herald
Taken Up:— By the undersigned at
hi* farm three mile* south of Wood'
ward, one Hereford bull twovearsold
branded j 5 on right side and j on
right hip. Bull has a pole to prevent
breaking through wire fences, attached.
Owner can get sumo by paying usual
charges. Joseph Vallaktek,
30t3 Woodward, Okla.
A man in Woodward is boardit
with his divorced wife and her seeot
husband, and they call him "paps. '
Woodward can always be looked to
for unique combinations. —Guthrie
Unique! Woodwurd is nothing if
it unique. Four queeus have been
known to run against a combination of
full houae in one hand and five aces
i another. But the "unique combi-
nation" mentioned by our esteemed
confrere has uo existence iu fsct.
Other combinations less "unique."
possibly, but more pleasing all round,
eaay of formation,
Song, "Joy to the World," by school,
Anthem, "Glory lo God," Choir,
l'antoinluie, "Visit from Bt. Nichol-
Song, by school.
Cantata. 'Santa In a Flight."
Chorus of Brownies, 12 little boys.
Song, "l'lio Midnight lions are
Speeding Fast," Intermedial* (Haas.
Distribution of presents.
Song, "Good Night." Intermediate
Song, "Gml lie lib its 'til aa meet
again," by congregation.
Mies MfceaM Hal Utmk Tkl*
Unle** they wish to save money.
Here you are!
«7 hats for *6!
Fascinator* at Coat!
All notion* at Cost!
('heap price* ruW!
Don't neglect thia. First come, first
irvetl. Big Bargains!
29t;i Mr*. Drehstn, The Milliner.
Dedication Kxerrlaea at <•***.
One of the most notable eveuts of the
past week was the dedication of the
public school house at Gage, Friday
evening, Dec. 13th, the affair being
conducted in a manner ax is seldom
witnessed in these western plains.
The program for the evening was as
Opening address by (I. A. McCom-
Prayer by Rev. Chas. V. Mo*.
Piano, "The Marsellai e," by Miss
Song solo, "The Marsellaisc," by
Cha*. V. Mo*, assisted by tbe follow-
ing chorus: Misses Marie and Leonora
Mos, Miss Greene, Mis* Mcllierson,
Mrs. Geo. McComber, Ed. MePhevson
and Geo. McComber.
Dedication address by W. E. Bolton.
Song by Little Miss Hattie Mos.
Duett on pianoand mandoline, Misses
Marie nnd Leonora Mos.
Address, "American Common
Schools," by Col. A. L. MflPherBon.
Song. "America," by Misses Greene,
Mos, McPherson, Fauns, Martha Bu-
chanan, Mrs. McComber, Messrs. Chas.
V. Mos, Kd. MfPherson mid George
Duett, Mis* O'Bryan and Miss Smith
Address by 8. U. I.anne, "Beauties
Piano aud Mandoline, "Belle Boeea,
by Misses Marie and I^eonoraMos.
uucinuuttiun uy miss Pjiiennor vv nee
Declamation by Miss Ada Holt.
Declamation by Miss Bertha Holt.
Declamation by Mis* Annie Holt.
Declamation by Miss Eddie Holt.
Declamation by Master Euel Holt.
Whistling solo by Mias Lou Smith.
Piano, Mi*s O'Bryan.
Duett, Misses Smith and 0'Ury an.
Trio song, Misses Leonora aud Marie
Mos and Miss Greene.
Declamation, Mrs. Geo. a. McCom
Piano nnd Mandoline, Misses Marie
and Leonora Mo*.
Selection* from Opera, "I'll Trov
toric" by Verdie.
Declamation. Master Frank Greene.
Song. "My Mandolinatn," by Misses
Marie and Leonora Mos,
Declamation. Miss Bessie McCom-
Piano, "June Hug Dance," Mis*
Declamation, Ben McComber.
Song by Quartette, Misses Mos,
Greene, Fauns and Mr. Ed. McPher-
March, piano, "Wa*hington Po*t,"
Mis* Marie Mos.
Hani Nay waa in Woodward several
•toy* on huainea*.
euioh J. Mason paaaod through hers
from Benton Wedneaday, going home.
Everybody ia preparing for a grand
time al the dance given by John C.
Blair Cliriatmaa night.
John Taft went to Beaver City Sat-
urday to lie gone several day*.
William Walden and Fred Taft Were
in Woodward several days last week
John Blair was up to Kuglewood u
few tlay* last week, returning Sunday.
John Jone* was in Higgins the first
of the weok.
T. J. Seward went down to Wmid-
watd on buainesa thia week.
Dick Larkin waa in Beaver county
the last of the week.
School in the Seward district i* pru-
resaiag nicely. FtobLCR.
run com awe or mltii, |
An lalereaUag RMsmmIm sf um imfirt I
hj ('apt W. U.
la Serial ?•
AKTU.T.N MO. 91.
It might lie that all ihe movea in Ikvoi
of ail ver which were apeken of in article
No i would not by the time we were
reaily for free miuave snhanae l he value
to the point, that it could tie safely coined
sixteen to one, and i>aaa current apon
lis intrinsic vslne. If It did n 1 It would
very easy lo pas* a law, that In ca«e
the silver in the coin became worth more
bulliou liian coin, that the coin should
m current at ita bulliou value Tins
law could cover the gold coinage aa well
as tbe silver This would prevent the
coin from going into tbe melting pot. sad
U woulU -till coatiaue ia coin and be
we ever reach the point In Icg-
iilalion lo which we have ntgnad, the
Tree coinage of silver al ita commercial
value, Ihe law ahiuld provide that tbe
coinage *liould be at Ibc expense of Ihe
bullion presented to be coined, that coin
made heavy eoongh to pass
upon IU Intrinsic- value, and in prevent
the cotilerfeiter fiom being able to put
Into bis coin more pure mettle than the
government doe*. The |*iretv of llie
•oin ia the only reaf way of te?liug the
uounterfcil, siltvr or gold coin, and a
coin which is far alnve ita bullion value
ia subject to a counterfeit. This, pi itself
argument entticient to knock out the
sixteen to one free silver idaa. Oni
money, gold, silver and pa|ier muat be so
made thai llie counterfeit can be easily
diatingutahed, if not, then the govern-
ment atamp which makes it money, is
Tne srgumeut we hsve made for free
silver ia abort but we believe that we
have covered the ground fully. There
are many primary quest iona alsmt silver
that we base not mentioned, because
they are nol needed as jmlnta in
liacuaaion. We all agree upou them. It
is our further duty, though, in this article
lotake up and diaenss other plana act
forth by fiee silver advocates to brinji
about Ihe desired lesuita The one
method to which we shall direct our a'-
t -nlion ia the argument to rcduce the
amount of Ihe metal iu gold coin until it
would stand on a level with silver six-
teen to one.
1 here are many things about this plan
thai we, as a uiau and a Republican can
not agree to. Such a plan would distuib
our entire uiooey system, changing the
value of our mot ey to ancli an extent
that all contracts tbat have been entered
into would lie entirely changed, and it ia
a sacred principle of legislation t hat
contracts entered Into in Ihe last ,ccade
and tliev are many, ill which payment
muat be made in gold, would all be im-
paired by such a co irse, private and
public credit would be so much impaired
that all confidence iu •-outract-* at home
anil abroad would be destroyed. Such a
JOI1K J. tlRRLAl II.
— dkamck* in —
Also Trnsacts a General Banking BisiRes.
; wa solicit tour busimbs
B OIVE US A OALUi
.a-S* i an-
IS MOW READY TO SERVE
A grand time waa tbe result at tbe
dedication of the new school building
Friday night. Everybody reports a
Mias Eleanor Wheeler wa* the guest
of Miss Virgie Greene Huuday.
Sam Hatliff and Clyde Mcpherson
were in town Monday.
There will lie a Christmas tree at the
Gage school house Christmas uight.
Everybody ia cordially invited to at-
One of the *tore keeper* waa the re-
ceiver of a pie. We wi*h we were all
fortunate like him.
Mr. and Mr*. Walton spent the day
at W. L. Greene's Sunday.
School commenced in the new school
house Monday morning.
Miss Bab Walton is visiting her sia-
ter Mrs. Wright at Whitehead this
Married: Monday, Dec, 10th, at
the residence of the bride's parent*
Mr. High Sutton lo Mias Oley Ooley,
both of Whitehead, 'Squire McComber
officiating, All parties are well known.
We extend congratulations to the hap-
Several of the farmers of Texas and
uear by are losing their horse* by
feeding them the com which they
Mrs. Webster and Mrs. Barr were
visiting Mrs. Dink Holt, Sunday.
A number of Woodward folk* at-
tended the dedication. Ben.
Sew Fast California Train.
The Santa Fe Route hns inaugurated
n IICW and slrictlv liinitod him
aerv ice lo Southern California
ducing ihe time from this station
twelve hours. The equipment consist*
of superb new veatibuled Pullman,
Palace aud Compartment sleepers'
chair ear and dining car, through to
Los \ngelos without change. This i*
the fastest and tnosl luxurioua service j unurse would be repudiation, rank and
vui any line to California. For full | damnable Far better, would it be, ta
particulars inquire of i confess our inability to |<erforme our
(I. W. Roubke, Agent, j contracts, and surrenber all wo have,
than to undertake to diechargc onr obli
WINES, LIQUORS AND CI6ARS
IN THE CITY
A reom modal Iona for all. Hive its a call.
Yours for Life,
Groceries, Flour, Grain, Etc.
Enid is truly a 10 to 1 town—sixteen
girls to one fellow,—Enid Wave.
Huh! So'* Woodward—sixteen fel-
lows to one maiden. Let's mix 'em.—
A square proposal. The local editor
of the Wave is Mias Rdpa Isenberg,
The editor of llie Inspector la our little
Billv Bolton. Please send the Patriot
an order for wedding card* and an in-
vitation to the mixing.— Medford Pn-
"Barkus i* willin'!"—Billy Bolton.
The last time Billy Bolton wa*
weighed he tipped the beam at 351i
pounds, avoirdupois. The fair editresa
of the Wave weighs probably less than
100 ixiimds. In this connection, there-
fore, the lines of Tom Moore, on a
ertain occasion, would be a particular■
On Sunday afternoon Dec 8th, at 2
o'clock, at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. W. P. Ward, Mr. Jame* D. Leak
and Miss Cora Bolton were joined in
the holy bond* of wedlock by Rev.
Comb* of this place. Mr. Leak is one
among our pioneer settler* of Rich-
mond vicinity; aluo an early settler iu
Beaver county when it was known as
No-Man's-Land, and is familiarly
known all over that range as Tony
He now ownB and runs the Wineglass
ranch near there. Miss Bolton is a
niece of Mr. und Mrs. Ward's, who
are well known throughout this and
Beaver counties, where she has been
making her home since n small child
until the past two years, since which
time she lias been with relatives iu
Kansas getting an education*
The wedding was only attended by
about 25 or 30 on account of the limit-
ed amount of house room. As soon as
the welcomes were over all were seat-
ed at tho table, spread with the choic-
est viands that Bent creek soil was able
to pit vinco, together with a fine turkey
nicely roasted and all kinds of sauce,
preserves and iu fact everything that
one could wish to eat. Quite a num-
ber of presents were given to the hap-
py couple, aud all join iu wishing them
a happy, prosperous nnd peaccfnl
journey along life's rugged way.
The next day Mr. Leak's mother
and suiter spread a bountiful dinner,
to which the relatives and friends of
the bride and groom were invited
All enjoyed the occaaion and left them
alone in the eveniug, with be*t wishes
for their future success and happiness.
By onb who was
Program was followed by a grand ly appropriate message for j
ball, which lasted until day break. berg to send to Billy Bolton i
The peoplfc of Gage are much indebt
ed to Messrs. Mos, McComber and Mc
Pherson for the splendid manner in ghould no Iona have remained on tbe wbMlt
which everything waa conducted, as
they have used every effort to make
the affair n success, which it was, in-
The musical features of the dedica-
tion program excelled anything so far
given in this section of the country.
Woodward county has just cause to
feel proud of the splendid musical
within its borders, as proven by the
easy rendition by Marie nnd Leonora
Mos, of the most difficult selections.
The dedication exercises of the Gage
school building marks an epoch ill its
history which will be remembered for
all time. Reporter.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IS
WOODWARD. OKLAHOMA, DODGE CITY, KASHAS,
School District Clerks will please
send in report of commencement of
school term with name of teaeher.
A sixteenth, heaven knows, were *uSlcient
For what could I do with the whole?
If, however, a little matter like dis-
parity in weight can be overcome and
a wedding does take place, the Wave's
fair, young editress will have the sat-
isfaction of knowing that she has more
pounds of genuine, generous husband
than even the lady of the White House.
—North Enid Courier.
Thanks awfully! But the precious
nugget at Enid has not yet agreed to
the joint mintage.
Notice to the Public Generally.
Owing to losses sustained by reason
of the credit system, we the undersign-
ed lauudryinen of Woodward, Oklaho-
ma. respectfully give notice herewith
tbat on anil after January I, 1896. all
work must l>q paid for on delivery.
Yours for patronage.
a. M. Wood,
Woodwurd Steam ljuindry
gat ions with values far below those in
which they were contracted. Such talk
ed of legislation would bear tbe markets
fur our securities seekine sales at home
and abroad, that they wood! find no par-
chasets. Our securities all ready sold
would be returned to oar shares In such
vast amounts, tba' commercial chaos
would set iu, and the disasters that
would follow would lie far greater than
can possibly ensue froui continuing the
g-i|d dollar a* it now is the unit of value
Two wrongs have never yet made one
right. If the demonetization of silver
bv legislation has drought upon us all
the evils of tbe hist ten years, the effort
to put it hack into ils old place, eitfcer at
sixteen to one or fednciug tbe gold in
the gold coin to that standard would lie
trying to right one wroug by doing an
other. We have great hopes that if the
course we have outlined would be follow-
ed. that we woold have the pleasure of
seeing silver again in ita old place aa a
money metal, and coined sixteen to one,
s ored away iu tbe governments vaulta
aid the stiver certi6cate doing all tbe
work on a sound basis and w ith a con-
venience tbat the most valuable meta
cannot do in coin.
Shattuck is coming to thefrout, with
big Christmas tree on the evening of
Rev. J. W. Whatley of Cnnadiau
came down Inst Thursday on a gun-
Luther Terry, Cha*. Burrows nnd
Ernest Heaves of Floyd City, Texas,
are in Shattuck to spend Christmas.
F. N. Miiler received a bill of new
goods Ihe 15tli.
Our school is progressing nicely.
E. F. Yeakle of Turkey Creek was
iu the city on business Monday.
J. A. Slerader was in Gage, Mon-
8. B. Daniel made a flying trip to
Woodward last Saturday and returned
Bin. Whatley of Canadian will preach
in Mage nest Friday evening.
T, N, Miller made a business trip to ' Hit
Woodward, Monday, |. He name* the following wl
wi,ik„n;„w„ Hivt Vsnr Horses Fei
"DAD'S FEED STABLE"
rNorth of Opera House.
TNE CENTRAL HOTEL
Is under new management and Is now
Headquarters for Transients.
First-Class Sample Rooms in Coooectira.
GhKAN BMBS. @901) ffjRBlVS.I
Ju. t tbe
(iive ua a call.
ta meal your friends «h<*n In
DAD" NAIL, Imager.
LUH PECRUX, Proprietor.
(^Convenient to all trade. Main Street. Wood war*.
— FOK A HltST-CLAS* DRINK OF
■¥jM, BEER, OR RYE WHISKEY*
T£l© Tiarf Excliari ge
Main Street. Woodwerd. Oklahoma.
Remtmbsr tbe Piece. Qallina' Bap !fan
\?oodwar<l County, Oklahoma Territory. Any
person ile«irlnK to make objections lo the Is-
suance ol license to the above-named appli-
cant will appear before the Board or Count;
Commisaiouert or Woodward County, at their
I oltlee, in the city of Woodward, at It) o'clock
1 a. in , on the X3U day of December. IM&. and
, make such objectlou, otherwise the license
will be issued.
, bin ISth day of December. ISSo.
Tuos pouan. County Clerk.
(First published Dec. 13, 1ISK i
NOTICR W>B WtlMCATION.
Laud Office at Woodward, (>. T.. I
December IB, ls . (
Kollee is hereby given that thr following-
named settler has fflvd notieo of his Inten-
tion to make anal proof In supiiort of his
c,aim,aud that said pn.of will be made I
the Register and Receiver of the V. 8.
OIBce at Woodward, O. T. —
IN*. Vis: SKTH Q. KK1,..,
«n>. for the Nei. IM, Sec. aad S
My office will be open Saturday* of
each week. Respectfully,
14-tf Co. Su|*.
Notice fer Publication
1 Office t Woodward, O. T,
Yellow Pile, Cypress California Red W+oi
Cement, Lima, Planter, Plaster* *Wr. *te.ir
K. SL WKiUINV OLD STAND. WJOllWAHD. OULL.
SKTH Q. KEITH.
«. No. BT0. for the Net. *ct.
, 8ec. 4. T. M N, H. IS r
named settler haa tiled notice of his Intention j
■ " proof In support of his claim. |
... B^t™!'!,.t?heT,,S llodTlftl^ ' "He n«u>«ti.c folhHrln* witnesses
KDWAttP H- HOUBHT8, fcenry Haines of Perslmtnon. O. T.. Heary
Bud Terry was aeon goiug east i
NeVion.' Jamea Shocklev. J. R
II or Waynoka. O. Tw and Jarnn
(fltwt oubllahfhl pcc. c. 1i«.
DR. CHANDLER A CO.,
Drags, Patent Medicines, Paints, Oils, Brisks,
Toilet Soap, Notions, School Books aid Statin
A NH1 SltMUC OF WALL PAPGR,
QUR STOCK IS ALL NEW, FRESH
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The Woodward News. (Woodward, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, December 20, 1895, newspaper, December 20, 1895; Woodward, Oklahoma Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metapth352497/m1/1/: accessed April 20, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.