The Stroud Democrat (Stroud, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 25, Ed. 1 Friday, March 20, 1914 Page: 4 of 8
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STROUD, OKLA., DEMOCRAT
STROUD, OKLA., DEMOCRAT
D. V. BURTON
Published every Friday in the interest of Stroud and Lincoln county
$1.00 Six Months
All advertising will be run until ordered discontinued.
Registered Percheron Stallions ana M .res,
Jacks and .Jannetts, at I B. Stewarts Barn,
Entered as second class matter October 3, 1910, at Stroud, Oklahoma
under the Act of March 3, 18!)7.
STROUD, OKLA . FRIDAY, MAR. 20 1914
The following named persons an-
nounce their candidacy for office,
lubject to the will of the voters at
the democratic primary, to be held
Aug. 4, 1914:
Hon. J. B. A. Robertson
Dr. Chas McLarty, Dentist, Par-
doe building, phone 134 and 75.
1 IDEM, INCH Mil 13141
Old papers for sale.
You will find the old "Standard"
in Empson's canned fruits and vrg-
tables .it Dennett & Bartley's.
For State Senator:
Hon. C. L. Edmondson
Hon. I. W. Cameron
Hon. Pat Farrell
For Court Clerk:
Hon. Darwin Filtsch
For Commissioner, 1st District:
Hon. R. A. Morrow
Hon. Chas. Spencer
Hon. R. R. (Bob) Harris.
Fbr Judge, 10th Judicial District:
Hon. Cnas. B. Wilson, Jr.
1 Registered German Coach a _
3 Registered Percheron Stallions M
2 Registered Percheron Mares ||
2 Grade Percheron Stallions ff
8 Registered Black Jacks |j
6 Good Breeding Jannetts H
Received the highest award
at Chicago World's Fair
For County Clerk.
Hon. J. Bart Foster
Sunday School 10 a. m
Preaching ll a. m.
Preaching 7.30 p. m.
Choir rehersal and prayer service
Wednesday 7 :30 p m.
R. L. Meigs, pastor
Phone your orders for canned
California fruit the Sun-Kist kind
Dennett & Bartley.
Collier's alone costs many people
of Stroud $2.50 per year. We can
give you both Collier's and the
Democrat for one year for the price
of Collier's alone. The many read-
ers of this national weekly should
not overlook this offer; whereby
they can receive two papers for the
price of which one ras been costing
thtm. Subscribe today.
Extensive and permanent improve-
ments are now being made in the
way of putting down more cement
sidewalks. Stroud has the distinct-
ion of having more good cement
walk than any other town its size in
Almost every day some grateful
person comes into our store and tells
us of benefits received from the use
of Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets Know
ing how much good they have done
others and knowing what they are
made of, we feel sure they will help
you. So great is our faith in them
that we urge you try them entirely
at our risk, with our personal prom-
se that if they don't do all you ex-
pect them to do and make your
stomach comfortable and healthy,
and your digestion easy we'll hand
you back your money.
We couldn't endorse anything
any more strongly than we do Rex
all Dyspepsia Tablets. Containing
Pepsin and Bismuth, two of the
greatest digestive aids known to
medical science, they sooth the
stomach, check heartburn and dis
tress, promote a natural flow of the
gastric juice, and help regulate the
bowels.- Remember, if they don't
make your digestion so easy and
and confortable that you can eat
whatever you like whenever you
like, we want you to come back and
tell us and get your money. Sold
only at the more than 7,000 Rexall
Stores, and in this town only at our
store. Three sizes, 25c, 50c and
$1 00. — Burton's Drug Store, Stroud
This offering ranges in age from
colts to maturity.
Every thing will be sold without reserve and
guaranteed to he as represented. This will be a
great opportunity for the purchase of desirable
breeding stock at your own price; as we are going
to devote our entire time to the mercantile business
and must close out this stock at auction.
The stock will be presented in every day farm
condition f.nd will sell perhaps at muoh less
than its actual value. If interested please send for
WRITE FOR CATALOG
=j Evans Bros, Chandler, OKla. =
== Evans Bros Mercantile Co., Stroud, OHIs. EE
Col. Lillie, Col. Clins,
Col. Lay, Auctioneers
Rugs of all sizes and styles. We
also have a fine line for summer,
Garriott Furnituree Store
Stroud Camp 7525
Modern Woodmen of America
Meets 1st and lird Wednesday nighls of
E. F. Gardner, W. A. Mensch
Hugh V. Corey, Clerk
F. N. Jondahl
Furniture and Undertaking
Licensed Enbalmer and Funeral Director
Calls answered promptly
Day Phone 123 Night Phone 131
I Hardware Harness j
R. J. MILLER
Day Phone 54 Night Phone 71
SHIM MARCH 21
The Peculiar Comedian
W. B. PATTON
Presenting His New Prodution
Great cast. Beautiful Scenery, Artistic Effects
ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY
! Judge Chas. B. Wilson, Jr., I
who has so ably presided over
the courts of the tenth judicial!
district for the greater part of!
one term has announced his
candidacy for reelection. Judge
Wilson by his fair, accurate and
prompt rulings on all legal quest-
ions coming before him, has won
for himself the admiration and
confidence of the entire "bar" of
this judicial district. Judge Wil-
son in his court findings has
known no favorites and has giv-
en all a careful, fair and impart-
ial hearing, which has inspired
the absolute confidence of all the
people composing this district.
Judge Wilson is recognized
throughout the state as and able
jurist, pure of heart, whose pri-
vate life measures up to the high-
est standard. In recognition of
his ability as a jurist and his im-
partial rulings he has frequently
been called to the bench in other
courts to hear and determine im-
portant cases. The people of
Lincoln and Pottawatomie coun-
ties will show their appreciation
of ability and impartiality by
placing an X in front of the name
of Judge Chas. B. Wilson, Jr. be-
fore depositing their ballot in
the sacred box.
Mr. Win. Ciume, who efficiently
served in the capacity of deputy
sheriff of this county during the ad-
ministration of Bill Tilghman as
sheriff sas in town Tuesday. Mr.
Crume now lives in Okmulgee.
BEST FAMILY LAXATIVE
Beware of Constipation. Use Dr
King's New Life Pills and keep well
Mrs. Charles E. Smith, of Wes!
Franklin, Me , calls them'''our fam-
ily laxative." Nothing better for
adults or aged. Get them today,
25c. All druggists or by mail. H.
E. Bucklen & Co , Philadelphia or
For your Chili, Soup, Short Or-
ders go to the Owl Lunch Room 2tf
AN OI'MN STATKMEXTtothe people -
I guarantee my attraction "Lazy Bill" to be a better play than
any of my past successes, and the best production I have ever
offered to the public. Yours truly, .
W li Patton
The Peculiar Comedian.
Prii-ps "25t\ :},)(' and 50c
Seats now on sale at the Bon-Ton
QJite a number of old time friends
were the guests of Col. Cline last
Sunday. Those present were Mrs.
W. L. Reynolds, W. Godfrey, A.
Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. Emil and
a number of younger folks. Mrs.
Cline served a good dinner after
\rfbtch the guests retired to the par-
lor where the Cline Boys Band
consisting of George, Harvey and
P.ay Cline, played a number of very
pretty and diffcult selections.
About sundown the guests departed
for their respective homes, express-
ing themselve as having had avery
Nothing but chemically pure
drugs go into your prescriptions
when they are filled at Burton's
COME UP INTO THE
This northern tier of states
offers a healthful and invigor-
ating climate; the best crop
records and, in all respects, the
best opportunities in the west.
Low One Way Colonist
On sale, daily, March 15 to
April 15 to many points in the
First and third Tuesdays
One Way Settlers Fares
St. Paul •Minneapolis
^ to many Eastern Mon-
A 13 tana points every Tucw-
" day, March 10-April 28
Daily trains from Chicago, St. Pnul-
Minneapolis, St. Louis, Kansas City
and Omaha to the North Pacific
Coast and Puget Sound Country.
Write for literature.
J. L. Moore, G. A.
P. D; O. I,. Stark
1 • I. A., 309 Com-
merce Bldg. Kan-
sas City, Mo.
Go H'h«rc fa©
Cold Winds BIoh
to the Southeast, to Florida, Geor
gia, the Carolinas, and Gulf Coaj
Points There are hundreds of re
sorts where the balmy Gulf and
Ocean breezes makelife worth liv-
ing. Low rates are in effect dai.tr
until April 30th, via.
Right now before the weeds be
gin to grow, is fhe time to clean tip
your alleys of rubbish. Let us all
make next week a clean up week
On March '.'6 and 27, 1 will have a
wagon drive through all alleys and
collect all rubbish and trash cleaned
up and gatnered together in con-
venient piles or bTxes, thereby re-
ducing the cost of carrying off the
rubbish to a minimum, Rake all
your trash and rubbish into con-
venient piles or boxes in your alleys
on or before the 26 of March so it
can be gathered up.
We have an ordinance against
throwing rubbish in the alleys,
which will be enforced agaitut all
failing to comply with this request.
A. W. Lycan, Marshal
Frank Mangel, the head driller
at the Haskell oil test left Sunday
evening for Penntdyvania, where he
goes to bring his mother home with
| Oa Wednesday Mar. 11 several
friend and relatives of Mrs. Sneed
gave her a surprise to observe her j
63rd birthday. Only three of her
five children were present, Otis;
Noah and 10 I S leed. Her daugh-
ter Anna is one of the teachers at
Sunny Slope. She also has a mar-
ried daughter, living in Missouri. I
Mrs. Sneed fell about a month ago'
and sprained her arm and is unable
yet to use it. She expressed her
many thanks for the thoughtfulness '
of her friends in remembering her.
All brought well tilled baskets and 1
at noon a sumptious dinner was I
Those present were John Sneed
family, Ed Sneed and wife, Mrs.
Jocie Hackleman J M. Hood and
family Will Meter, wife nnd ba-
by, L-ota and Chis Gaunt and wife.
May she enjoy irany more birth-
d lys is the wish of her friends.
Springs 2 lbs and under .
Old Roosters each . . .
Turkeys per pound . . .
Geese per pound ....
Ducks per pound ....
Guineas each IS
Fresh Eggs per doz .12 j
Butter per pound ,T5
Hides per pound C7
I have purchased the Joe
Hall well drill and am ready
to do your well drilling now.
% L. Clark
No need to hurry back for your
ticket is good for return any dav
prior to June 1st. Arrange your
trip via the route of the through
train to the Southeast
"The Flroida Special"
Call on the nearest Frisco a gen*
or address the undersigned for anv
C. W. A. Davis, Agent
C. O. Jackson
Div. Passenger Agent
1112 Colcord Building,
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Burton's Drug Store is the pla^e
o buy your medicines of all Vin.i
ATTORNEY- AT. [.aw
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The Stroud Democrat (Stroud, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 25, Ed. 1 Friday, March 20, 1914, newspaper, March 20, 1914; Stroud, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc121111/m1/4/: accessed December 13, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.