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Some items Jan. 1896 Week's Review printed in Apache
Posted by: Nita (ID *****6995) Date: September 06, 2004 at 18:18:54
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The Week’s Review
Apache, Oklahoma
F. E. ROVER, publisher

Some Items

Friday
January 12, 1906

B. D. BROWN, M. D., physician, office in Apache State Bank

S. BLAIR, M. D., physician and surgeon, office over AMPHETT’s Drug Store

Groceries, fruits, candy and fresh bread at M. H. DRISKELL, Prop.

Bring your cotton to the Planters’ Gin, independent gin, J. Y. HUGHES, prop.

Onasco Breezes
I. K. JARED went to Anadarko Tuesday and returned on the evening train.

LOYD BOOTH is out on the farm again and intends to stay for a couple of weeks.

S. S. CRANE returned from his trip to northern Oklahoma last week.

MISS ADDIE HAYS is visiting relatives near here.

MR. WALKER returned from his visit to his old home in Kansas.

MR. JENNINGS is visiting his sister and brother-in-law, Mr and Mrs. I. K. JARED.

JOHN HOLCOMB is intending to start this week for a visit in the Woodward County.

Another one of Mr. SYRADLING’s horses died the other day. This is the second horse he has lost this winter and he can find no cause for their deaths.

Cache Valley Items (District 57)
MASTER MONT CHURCHILL is on the sick list.

REV. HOSMAN of the Baptist Church preached at South Pioneer Sunday.

A case of diphtheria is reported near Neola.

MISS PEARL HALL is out of school on account of illness.

MRS. BERTHA CALVIN is acting as substitute during Miss Hall’s illness as teacher in District 31.

MRS. BYRD and MRS. WEAVER left Tuesday for their future home in Beaver Co.

The children of W. C. HOUSLEY are slowly convalescing from a severe attack of fever.

The stork made his eleventh call at the home of JOHN WILKENS leaving a 12 pound baby girl this time. Truly a Roosevelt family.

LITTLE RUBY DENNIS, who has been ill with malarial fever, is improving.

Epworth League elected officers last Sunday.

REV. MONROE of the Methodist Church will preach at Pioneer next Sunday afternoon at 3.

MRS. WILSON is improving rapidly and we hope will soon be around again.

Married at the home of bride’s father, J. D. WILSON, MISS ANNIE WILSON and WILLIAM WARFORD. REV. HOSMAN performed the impressive service which united these two for life. After the wedding supper and congratulations of many friends, the young couple departed for their future home on the Washita.

School Notes
EVA FRY is on the sick list.

HOWARD SMITH is absent this week.

DOLLY BREWER enrolled in the fourth grade this week.

ALICE and ELLA ELDER enrolled in the fifth grade this week.

ETHEL OSWALD is gain back in school after a few weeks illness.

BERTHA CRULL is back in school after a several days absence.

After an absence of several weeks, NORMAN DARNELL is back in school.

MRS. VICIE WARDLOW and MISS NELLIE TOBIN were visitors to Room Seven.

VILA CRULL, who has been out of town for a month, has re-enrolled in school.

ELSIE COOMER enrolled in the sixth grade--this making 12 girls and 32 boys in room 6.

The children are working with renewed interest after the week of rest and pleasure.

CHARLIE PUMPHREY will withdraw from school this week as they are moving out of town.

PROF. RICHARDSON and the highs school pupils visited several rooms one afternoon and gave them a musical treat which was enjoyed by all.

Midway Items
They are having revival meetings at Elgin this week.

ED WHITE and family have moved on the MOODY place.

WALTER WHITE of Hope is visiting his relative, MR. WALLINGS.


DAN TURNER of Apache is visiting at MR. GIBSON’s for several days.

ERNEST WALLING went to Marlow last week.

A crowd of young folks were at MR. MANNING’s last Saturday for a party.

MR. MCANAW near Elgin has put up a $1200 house in which they gave a big dance last night and everyone present had a fine time.

District 70
DAN and BERT GOBLE are back home from Kingfisher.

MRS. COWEN has been riding in her new buggy which her sons made her a Christmas present of.

R. TODD returned this week from Kansas where he had been visiting relatives and friends for the last three weeks.

ROY PORCH returned Thursday of last week from Oklahoma City where he had been visiting.

Butchering seems to be the order of the day as MR. GILBREATH, JOE COWEN, and J. S. HARPER have been hanging some fine porkers up by the hind legs.

MR. GILBREATH has taken up at his place two large bay mules that he will have to post in a few days if the owner does not come at once and prove the ownership.

Territorial Topics

DAVID F. DICKEY has been appointed deputy U. S. clerk in the western district of Indian Territory. The salary is $2500 a year. Dickey has been court stenographer for eight years.

VIRGIL HICKS has been appointed U. S. commissioner at Atoka by JUDGE CITOYTON to take the place of G. T. RALLS who resigned several weeks ago.

GEORGE LOVE, postmaster at Wilson, who shot and dangerously wounded TOM WILLIAMS, a gin man, on Christmas eve, has been given an examining trial and bound over to the federal grand jury without bail.

Directors of the MURROW Indian Orphans Home held a meeting at South McAlester last week and decided to send a lobby to Washington to influence Congress to ratify the acts of the Choctaw and Chickasaw tribal legislatures in donating 3200 acres of land to the Indian orphanage.

DEPUTY SHERIFF BARTELL ahs been paid the reward of $300 for the arrest of MRS. FANNIE HANE-NORTON who was charged with the murder of MRS. KATIE JAMES near Weatherford July 8. Mrs. Norton killed herself while in custody.

Perhaps the biggest man in Oklahoma is HOLLIS CORELYOU, living at Grand. He is 21 years old, 6’4” high and weighs 200 pounds. He is third cousin of the Postmaster General, GEORGE B. CORELYOU.

EDWIN MILLER, full blood Delaware Indian residing near Nowata, has been ordained a minister of the gospel. Mr. Miller is the second ordained Delaware. He is 20 years of age and a graduate of Bacone University, a Baptist institution near Muskogee.

JOHN FINNEY, charged with robbing the post office at Clinton, has been captured.

To Look at Granite
Eastern Capitalists Are in Vicinity of Ardmore
Ardmore: Capitalists from Illinois arrived here en route to the granite deposit a few miles east of here. They were joined by local people. The granite deposits are said to be the most remarkable in the world, a solid piece of granite, without even a vein to mar its smooth surface, rises to a height of 80 feet and covers 13 acres of land. The land in which this granite is located has been allotted by Ex-Governor R. M. HARRIS and an Ardmore real estate firm has been granted the contract to mine the granite….

DR. A. B. COFFIN, dentist, office over Amphett’s Drug Store in Apache. Visits Elgin every Tuesday.

WILLIAM MITCHELL, real estate, loans & investments, renting & insurance, notary public.

DR. J. C. DISS, optical specialist, at Amphett’s Drug Store the 27th of each month.

DR. A. L. BARRETT, veterinary surgeon, office at CARNEY’s Livery Barn.

N. L. COWEN, auctioneer

G. E. SHAFER, drayman

SAM SING Laundry, first door west of LANG’s Tailor Shop.

First National Bank, W. T. CLARK, president; J. M. BOHART, jr., Cashier

F. L. BURRESS real estate

W. T. CLARK, farm loans

The Apache Livery, PETER KONECHNEY, proprietor

Of Local Interest

MRS. N. S. TOOTHMAN of Alden was in town Saturday.

C. L. ELLIS of Anadarko was in town on business.

H. I. UMBARGER went to El Reno to file on a quarter section of land west of town.

JAKE FISHER came home from Oklahoma City Friday to spend a few days with his parents and other relatives and friends.

R. HESTER, democratic territorial committeeman for Caddo County, was trying to stir up something political at the county seat Monday.

FRANK TODD came down from Calumet Thursday night and visited with friends in Apache until Saturday, then he went to Lawton.

Law Friday night, some miscreant without the fear of the Lord or the law or the city attorney, threw a rock through one of the windows of the office building occupied by R.HESTER and J. F. WARD.

P. K. DUDLEY of Wheatland is in town today. Mr. Dudley is looking for a location for a stock of general merchandise. He is favorably impressed with Apache and may locate here.

JOE SIMPSON, the handsome and genial traveling reprehensive of the American Type founders Co. of Dallas, was a caller at this office Monday and took an order for a new job press and some new type faces.

J. MAIER (MAYER? MEYER?) one of the most substantial German farmers north of town, was in Apache and called at this office to have his credit extended to January 1, 1907. Mr. Maier hails from Nebraska, but like the editor of this paper, thinks while Nebraska is good, Caddo County is much better.

J. F. WARD and CHARLEY WOGAN were at Hobart the fore part of the week--the former as attorney and the latter as witness in a lawsuit.

S. H. DANIELS, formerly of Apache, but who has resided on his farm near Fletcher for the past two years, was in town and renewed his subscription. Mrs. Daniels recently sold his farm and we were in hopes that he would move back here, but he informs us that he will move in the spring to the Indian Territory where he is interested in a coal mine.

JOHN P. WILLIAMS of Middleton, Missouri arrived Thursday and is visiting friends and relatives here.

REV. C. M. BARNES, known as the living link evangelist, preached at the Christian Church Sunday.

REV. J. J. DAVIS, an evangelist, began a series of meetings at the Congregational Church Wednesday.

The M. E. Church has secured the services of REV. O. W. JONES, the noted conference evangelist, to hold a revival commencing January 17.

A daughter was born to Mr and Mrs. R. W. GRAHAM Sunday morning. Mother and child are doing well and Ross, well Ross is simply wearing customary smile.

Wanted to rent 340 acres of land 2 ˝ miles from town for cotton, corn and oats. J. R. COLLINS

W. P. WINNS of Apache and MISS SUE SMITH were married at the home of the bride’s parents in Granbury, Texas. They arrived here last night and are comfortably settled in their home west of town.

JOHN M. YOAKUM will hold a sale next Thursday.

Notice for Publication
Names listed: J. F. WARD, CLAUDE S. JENKINS, JUDSON B. JENKINS, Z. R. RUSSELL, ANDREW B. CADDELL, FRANK G. SICKLES, ROY GILBREATH, HNERY H. MARX, CHARLES C. GASSOWAY, GEORGE HOCHDERFER, JOSIAH M. MATTHEWS

January 19, 1906

Of Local Interest

MRS. LENA BUCKLEY of Waukomis is visiting her sister, MRS. CHERRY.

MRS. A.H. HALL OF Mitchell, South Dakota is visiting A. B. JENKINS and family.

C. W. AMSPACHER is attending the Implement Men’s Convention at Kansas City. He went to Kansas City by way of Galveston.

DAN EISCHOFF made the round trip to Chickasha Monday where he went to accompany his sisters who had been here on a visit.

BIENVILL R. MORRIS of Alden made final proof before JUDGE WARD Wednesday. JUDSON B. JENKINS and ANDREW B. CADDEL were his witnesses.

MRS. PITTS of Shawnee is visiting her father, J. W. TAYLOR.

MRS. H. L. COLDIRON arrived last week from Oklahoma City to visit her daughter, MRS. R. W. GRAHAM.

BEN TILTON returned Saturday from his visit with relatives in Nebraska.

DON OVERTON, who is well known to Anadarko’s people having been employed by the Ford & Wells Grocery Co. for sometime, left for Oklahoma City where he will look after the Civil Service appointment that has been offered to him.

SECRETARY FRED L. WERNER turned over to the territorial treasurer Wednesday morning for the common school fund the sum of $307,136.13 which is $1.43 for each child of school age in the territory.

The remains of a man were found by a party of Lawton pleasure seekers lying under a large rock in at gulch of the Wichita Mountains, which gives rise to considerable conjecture as to whether it was a case of murder or whether he was crushed to death by the stone rolling down the mountain.

We understand there is a movement on foot to either purchase the Anadarko Tribune or start another paper there. Those back of the deal are said to be H. W. MORGAN, L.M. SPIVEY, and EDITOR SARGENT of the Binger Journal with GUY GILLETTE in the background.

MRS. H. W. HARRIS went to Mangum, called there by the illness of her mother MRS. FELLRATH.

S. H. DANIELS and family moved to Apache from their farm near Fletcher this week. They are living in the GOFF property.

N. M. HARMON had bills printed this week advertising a sale at his place 1 miles east and 1 ˝ miles south of town on January 29.

The Catholic church is being moved to their block east of the old location this week. It is the intention of the Catholics to locate a parochial school here in the near future.

WILLIAM GOIN and his sister, MRS. J. D. PITT, went to Mexico, Missouri yesterday to visit relatives and friends.

WILLIAM CHAPMAN and N. E. WALLACE had a little fistic encounter on the streets Wednesday afternoon. They were parted before any serious damage was done to either. The only gainer in the deal was the city whose treasury was enriched by several shekels as a consequence of the meeting.

RUBE BELCHER, who employed in KENNEDY’s store at Oklahoma city, came home yesterday to visit home folks for awhile.

LON DRAPER left Wednesday for a visit with relatives at Wabash, Indiana.

R. HESTER went to Anadarko on business and UNCLE JAKE HATFIELD went along to see he kept out of trouble and to generally act as chaperone and bodyguard.

Blown to Atoms
Tulsa: JAMES O’HARA, a shooter employed by the Western Torpedo Co., was blown to atoms in an explosion of nitroglycerine that destroyed the Western’s magazine at Chelsea.

Charged with Bigamy
Ardmore: R. S. STUCHET, an oil operator of Salsburg, Pa., is in the federal jail on a charge of bigamy. It is alleged that Stuchet married MISS NELLIE TRUXEL (TROXELL?) at Wheeler last May and later deserted her, going to Bridgeport, Texas where he was arrested. He has a wife and four children at Salsburg, Pa….

Serious Runaway
Lawton: Five persons were injured, two perhaps fatally, as the result of a runaway just outside the city: J. G. BARR, MRS. J. G. BARR, J. E. BARR, FRED WELLS, J. W. BARNETT


Cache Valley Items
LEE GUY spent Sunday at JAKE GRIFFITHs.

MR. UTZMAN took dinner at Mr. EDDY’s last Sunday.

MISS CALLAHAN has 41 enrolled in school this week.

OSCAR EDDY has a new buggy.

NETTIE EDDY has a sore throat.

AUSTIN and GORDON MCCULLOUGH spent Sunday at T. J. DANIELS.

We have three new neighbors. A family has moved on the Branine place, another on the Britt place and another on the Ingles place.

Several neighbors helped MRS. MARY WILLIAMS in digging her dugout last week.

ELLIOTT MASSEY left for Guthrie to attend school.

JOE HEMMING and wife went to Anadarko.

JOHN KONKLER and OTTILE DANIEL visited at FRED CORBY’s last week.

Mr and Mrs. ELLIS visited at the DICK SMITH home last week.

District 70
MR. RAGLAND has moved a house for GILBREATH & BRACK last Thursday on to one of the Indian quarters.

MRS. SIMMONS and family left Sunday for Waco, Texas where they will live in the future.

TILLIE WHITE of DesMoines, Iowa is visiting at the PORTERs.

Mr. MCCRACKEN of Ft. Cobb has moved on the Simmons place.

WILL DECKER has returned from Kansas.

From the Anadarko Democrat: Last Saturday, while hunting in Stockton’s Canyon, 8 miles northwest of town, TRACY WILLIAMS and WILLIE REEDY, boys about 12 or 13 years, captured and killed a large bobcat. W. M. MORGAN is teaching district 11 just east of apache for a 4 or 5 months term at $50. The school has no name, 18 were enrolled, a new stove is needed. The pupils are attentive in class and industrious at their seats. The officers are: J. H. DAVIS, MRS. A. W. MORGAN, W. B. EDWARDS. I next visited District 70 as it has been reported to begin Dec. 4, 1905, but it is not in session. MISS OLA BELCHER will teach a 3 month term there at $30. The members of the board are: REX C. GILBREATH, Z. G. PORCH, J. S. HARPER.

This Week’s Review
LEE PERKINS, a farmer of Calvin, was robbed of his roll and a watch in one of the dives at Shawnee.

The new $25,000 hotel at Durant has been sold to W. F. GILNER at Ardmore who will open the hotel January 25.

MORTON H. DAUGE, a school land lessee of Noble County, has begun suit in the district court to compel the territorial school land leasing board to re-lease him for a term of 3 years a quarter section of school land.

ARTHUR ARNEY, alias M. H. FORD, who has been wanted for five years by postal authorities for tampering with the mails, was caught at Okmulgee and returned to Fort Scott, Kansas where the crime was committed.

CHARLES ROSE and CHARLEY ANDERSON, two boys aged 12 years, residents at Chickasha, were accidentally shot while hunting that city.

Of Local Interest
CON S. BEAGLE left Tuesday to visit relatives at Bolivar, Missouri.

HENRY HINNENKAMP went to Oklahoma City on business.

H. H. MARX handed the Review man a dollar to renew his subscription.

MRS. SUSIE RICKER went to visit relatives at Chickasha.

JOHN HEINEN drove from Okarche to look after business interests.

B. F. HOLDING and W. S. YEAGER drove from Cement to take the train here for Anadarko.

O. A. COURTNEY of Moore, Oklahoma visited his sister, MRS. B. W GILES.

ALVIN CALLAHAN and wife returned to their home in Chickasha, after visiting relatives here.

PETER PHIFER, formerly of Apache, but now employed in the meat market at Okarche, visited here.

MISS MAY BARTELL returned to her home at Siloam Springs, Arkansas after visiting her sister, MRS. J. H. MALLORY, and family here.

R. E. CALLAHAN and wife went to Tulsa where Mr. Callahan is to conduct a big sale.

The editor of this paper extends his thanks to MRS. A. R PEGG for over a pound of butter.

A. G. FARRINGTON, CHARLES LOFLIN, and N. M. HARMON called at this office and renewed subscriptions.

AMOS ROBART of Alden was in town Tuesday and dropped a dollar into the editor’s willing hand. Mr. Robart had just recovered from a long spell of sickness.

OLIVER CARTER was a county seat visitor.

MISS LACEY CALLAHAN and MISS NELLIE TOBIN were visitors at Randlett.

J. R. REIBER has accepted a position with the Apache Milling Co. as traveling salesman.

Mrs. H. GOULD went to Verden Sunday.

J. M. SNAPP came from Oklahoma City.

MRS. J. H. MALLORY and children went to visit her sister, MRS. C. S. FOSTER at Chickasha.

F. M. MINGUS recently disposed of his interest in the firm of CREWS & Mingus to C. C. CREWS and J. A. MINGUS and moved to Abilene, Texas.

MISS LOTTIE CHERRY entertained the XY Z club at the Block House Friday. Those present: Mr and Mrs. KNOTT, MISS ADA GOFF, MISS EDNA GOFF, MISS ETTA RICE, MSS ANNA WINGER, MISS ADA BLAIR, MISS AMY COOK, MR. BOHART, MR. VARVEL, MR. GREEN, MR. CROW, MR. BROWN, HUGH WHITE, HOMER WHITE.

H. J. GASKILL, who has been manager of the Stephenson-Browne Lumber Yard here, has been transferred to Verden. J. H. ROBISON is the new manager.

Apache Notes from the Anadarko Democrat
M. A. GOFF is spending his vacation at home. He is located at El Paso, Texas.

MISS ORA ENOCH spent last week visiting friends in Anadarko.

MISS ETTA RICE was the guest of MISS MARY HOUSTON at Carnegie.

OCTA ROGERS spent her vacation at Marlow.

WILL GOWON of Enid was the guest of J. D. PITT and family last week.

A. J. VARVEL went to Oklahoma City.

MISS ADA BLAIR entertained the XYZ Club at her home last Friday.

CHARLES PIERCE of Smithville, Texas spent the week with his father, J. T. PIERCE.

MISS TUCKER returned to Apache after visiting in Dallas and Fort Worth.

WILLIE DEVINE of El Reno visited with the family of F. E. STURMAN.

J. W. FLETCHER and wife of near Elgin visited the families of A. R. KNOTT and Mr and Mrs. CHERRY.




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