The Stroud Democrat (Stroud, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 8, Ed. 1 Friday, November 20, 1914 Page: 1 of 8
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Oklahoma Hlat. Bocl.tr.
Official Democratic Newspaper of Lincoln Countv
STROUD, OKLAHOMA, Lincoln County, Friday NOV. 20, 1914
Mr. Matthew E. Culp and ML.-,
Mabel Neal stole a march on their your
many friends by being united in your
the holy bonds of matrimony at
five minutes past twelve o'clock
Wednesday morning, Rev. E. P. S.
Darby officiating. They had an-
nounced their wedding date as
\\ ednesday, November 18th, 'but
no one suspected that the hour
would be -o early in the morning.
Mr. Culp was a popular young
man and has many friend
our own paper—all four for one
year for only Si.25. "Non ought
to renew your subscription at once
to get this valuable offer, even if
vonr time is not quite up. Send
order and we will extend
subscription for a vear.
WHAT WE HEAR
ABOUT YOU AND YOUR FRIENDS WHAT
WE THINK AND WHAT OTHERS THINK
FOOD EXPERT BE
WHY KILL THE SNAKE?
lave you ever noticed how
\ SEC< 1XI) TERM EOR
I DENT WILSON.
G ran (I ma R. Rhoades and
' daughter Mrs. Lena Hay worth,
returned home on Friday from
Dr. ,J. J. Evans, is in Chicago
Rev. R. L. Meigs is attending
a meeting of the Baptist Asso-
ciation at Shawnee this week.
Stroud. He has been working with , ' ""grcssional election have all
the Carpenter and Fotishee Bros.' '^ported and the smoke of
Hardware Co. for several months ''' 1 1 al s a clear and com-
lardware Co. for several month
Miss Neal was one of Stroud's pop-
ular belles and has a wide circle
of friends in Stroud and vicinity.
They were married at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. J. I!. Charles,
where Miss Neal has made her
home for several years with her
aunt, Mrs. Charles.
A number of ante-wedding show-
er parties were given in honor of
the coming event. The first was
the announcement party, given bv
Mrs. Albert Rhodes 011 November
/tli. < >11 Monday evening a line
party was given by Miss Mamie
llaynes. On Wednesday, the itth,
Mrs. Irl ( i. I unim, assisted bv Mrs.
I harley Eoushee, entertained at a
hose and handkerchief shower. On
I'hursday. the i-'th, the girl-, of
the Camp Lire Club gave Mi~ Neal
a dinner at the home of Mrs. G.
V Walbright, and John Charles,
Jr., gave a smoker for Mr. Culp at
bis home on the same dete. On
Friday. the 13th, Mrs. W. A Hold-
er and Airs. \lbcrt Rhoades. at
the hon i i Mrs. Holder, gave a
linen shower to the happ\ to-be-
weds. <'n Saturday, the i.jth, Mrs.
' I.. (Irecian and Mr-. I it' Hat-
yi'ick, at the home of Mrs. Grecian,
gave 1 canmd fruit shower. ()n
Monday evening, Mr . \. L. Eg-
new gave a hou-e shower. The
happy couple were the recipients of
mam valuable and handsome pres-
ents at these various and generous
shower parties, which the newlv-
weds will find useful, cumfor.able
I'he Democrat 1 \tends congratu-
lations and wishes the happv cou-
ple. s< > reccntlv made one. a loving,
joyous, peace 1 til and prosperous
journey through their n itrimonial
adventures throughout their so-
journ upon thi- mundane sphere.
... 1 We will have some fine large
that the fall returns from Blue Point oysters for Thanks-,
ngressional election have all giving. -Greenwood & Son. 1 „ ~ ~ T~"
| 'ie v. Reynolds of Oklahoma
The work 011 the well drilling m the pulpit for Rev.
plete Democratic victory is sliown. jn 15-16-7, north of Stroud js i Me|SS on last Sunday.
i n the next House of Represents- progressing nicely at a depth of —
nves there will be 233 Democrat-, five hundred feet. John Remington living eight
V)3; Republicans. 7 Hull Mnosers. 1 miles north of Stroud had his
Socialist from New ^ ork City, and Oil men are now working diJi- j house and contents entirely des-
1 In, i pendent, ( • mgressirtan Kent gently to secure leases in 14-7, jt/oyed by fire on Mon lay of this
ot C alifornia. I hese figures give near the Haskell test which was I week. Remington had no in
the Democrats a dear majority of'abandoned several months ago. surance ' ' '
.V over all opposition and 40 ma-
jority oyer republicans, and as all j The funeral services of Ernes!
"i the s Progressive- usually vote; Henry were conducted by Rev. j
with the Democrats it will be seen Mosrison and the M. W. A. | y
jfhat President Wilson will lhave camp of Stroud on last Sunday. | ; ['
the loss was a tota.
one. A!! their household furni-
ture was burned.
(Conducted by Dr. J. C. Mahr
I State l ominissioner of Health.)
(>ne of the food experts of the
H. J. Heinz Co. will be at Evans'
store Saturday, November 21st,
to conduct a demonstration . >i the j many will'gather and fight*a rattfe
S/_ \ aneties of Heinz Pure hood snake when found in the streets or
'ts' ni the park.' I low indifferent those
I lie demonstrator is one of the. same men will be in giving their ap-
company's best informed men, proval and assistance to the health
and aside from the mere showing officer, who has to fight the protn-
these well known table sup incut citizen who resents the en-
plics will have some interesting foreenient of health regulations
things to sav regarding the pro when it effects him or members of
cess ut preparing good tilings to . his family, and who wants to ex-
pose all the people in the neigli-
\ll the ladies are urgently in-1borhood and children in the public
\ itc ! to attend. j schools to the infection that lias
j efleeted his child with contagious
SCOTTY DRIVES AN AUTO "hil'hi will,
111 most instances, he more deadly
< I ,- | v ln. . than the snake in the streets be-
iv. e,!;11'! ; . mor.e wi ^ted «£
.1 f r ri nil P r i • .i* i ''K c°UtaglOUS diseases than w ill be
1, 1 '."lmK '",.,llnd m tll,,s' bitten bv tile rattle s„,ke
>rit\ un his pro-
It is a well-
a rule when any
ta'iff" it thereby
more than 50 maj
know n fact that as
' art\ "revises the
the following election the
\vhelmed at the polls. There
been but one exception, and
v when the Dinglt \ bill
i is-i 1 at the commencement
President 'IcKinle} s term in .'!
In the fall of the following \-
our Red Star Flour
-Greenwood & Son.
LOST—An umherella with pearl „ T ... „ ..
handle and gold head, finder wi'l • , *'? ,a(,i'es Ald th?,. ( hrist-
P lease return to Mrs. Cienn. ! ,c„urt'h'cr:lv'' th^[ ''lrst An-
Mum Show on I hursday of
, , i';isl week. About 200 beautiful
o.c. De.pn, of Agra was chrysanthemums wera on dis-
here last week erecting a house play. In the evening aside from
on his farm just north of town.
Mr. Mey <
because wt had ju
\ ictorious war with
other occasions wl
pa-sed a tariff bill it \va- defeati
So the fact that after Preside
Wilson and his partv leaders b,
1 'tit til rough the ctirrcnc\ bill at
ist r Mr
-isit with Mn
flowers a very enjoyable
ram was rendered.
1 ■ ' idies were quiet succcss-
ul and ar ■ highly complimented
'it ill. interest tneynroused.
W hope to s ■> tliem continue'
'' ■ .
e: )• a greater number, and
ttore perfect flowers displavod.
so-called beach chairs. Thev
make me feel like an invalid;
when I see a white garbed woman
approaching 1 want to stick out
niv t uigue and say: "Sec, I am
much better this morning, Nurse:
1 don't think 1 need any morel., ,1
medicine." And if you are fortu- , l 7
"•'V r'ZBh •! haVC' U g'Wl-,0?k • "•'•Inre to the 1 .\'J JoSe and
hrnkp ., .,..,1 ti,__ , Itention to the number who were
cause right through the back offe? Vi,h '"berc.ulosis! num-
• , j who will be infected by reason
ni tuberculosis, the number who
■ 1 will die from tuburculosis, the
111 t torget Ins
Sundae, N'ovember 29th, is Tu-
berculo is Da\ and from present
indications will be observed in the
churches in practically every eoun-
t\ iu tin stati of 1 )klahoma. ()ur
j ministers of the gospel will deliver
I a ser
tariff bill tin
to return a <
done and thi
in* K-rat 1
■ ; 1 oud has stirreo
j able activities in
circles in the vieii
Stroud is almost directly
biie i. f' ,'"cn tbe oil wells on thi
north and the new well, jus
in on the sotfth. Ou
You can bu.
-r at Greenw
\\ \> HP \ \:<)\
011 ever have an earnest talk, sf
iov. and plan with him fori
Did you ever tell a bov how the
world s greatest business men are
made.* Did you ever tell him that j
his success in life depended a great
deal 011 his bwii personalitv?
I he boy who has vim, snap,
push, style and manner has a
chance to win against all comer-
in the battle of life—provided aL,
ways that he has those sterling cu-
tties of truth and courage.
Your boy ought to read The
Hoy's Magazine. He can get the[ than thev
suggestions and training ami man able to dl
liness from this magazine that lie
just needs. And he will read it
with interest, too. There's nothing
in it that will hurt him. It will
stimulate his courage and raise his
The Uov's Magazine
monthly. ;md sells for Si a veai
ten cents a cope, but we have ma 1"
arrangements to -upplv it to yu in Miss Lav 1 it
connection with our > t inordinary City returnc
clubbing offer at the biggest bar- da\ after a
gain you ever heard of. with her line
Read about this big club offer ■ usitis \fr-
aud you will see that y 11 not onlv Messrs. F
get the Hoy'.s Magazine for a vear, -die li! ed
but you get l.wn other -tandard nf rii i:i
magazines of sterling worth, am
-cc ,11(1 tern
nditions l r<
-e than tin
m a trip i
in and wife
or next -
1 sell thi
uid 111 ordei
were forced t
disc at a tremendous los
This merchandise w;e
upon the market literall
mercy of the cash bluer.
Evans Bros. & Stephenson were
or the alert, and made purchases
which Manager Joe Evans as
s 11 res tts will enable them to of-
fer better values to their trade
ave ever before been
There are a few places on the
•oad from i 1 ere to fhe oil well
;outh of Stroud that a little
vork would materially Ik neill.
add be alive to their
'are and see that drill-
1 operation in this
at an early date.
I in Sec. >
•e from f-
your Head you
eyes of a pti-sy-f
boring; and you
dictaphone like cars which ll(
whisper escapes; and V"ti know
that w hen lie has robbed vrni on
111 - t" ice he will still be touchine
his cap with one hand and hold
ing out the othi 1 for tile rest of
N , I can't ~ay that I'm uufs
al" ut the antiquated roller chair
but 1 am about the Electri
' 'ti that they h.avi it the San
: al !!.; the Pftulci this morning
"A lien I saw approaching me a
' lv old ladies "V\ ell I
ni'>nt:I of poverty cku ed b\ tu-
bercul' id tin t • ,11 number
who will need y ur assitsancc be-
eaiisc they have tuberculosis.
I • t 1 u-rv'ine iu the -tale give a
Iittli thouglii to tuberculosis in ()k-
.ihoina ' n that ■ I here will be
plent' of time during the balance
oi the -car to think about those
v- ho ; 11 1 need in I '< lgilltn, but
lb1-1 who (e ai home with us are
entitled to .j little ti • light and at-
'■ 11, well 1 help, 1 >ne day
id by G
MA HEALTH DAY.
■ 30th, w ill be proclaim-
1 Our r
iad committee should
Maple buffer can
Greenwood & Son.
be had at
10111 on Satur
y al Neighbn
Pete Bryne the Ex oil King
has shaved off his mustache atul
now look like a twenty-three
year old. Pete still has great tor Thanksgivin
faith in Petersburg and yet be-
lieves she will be an oil city
1 < iR
view of tlii
11 Tag Sale w
der that the pet1
\icinity may ta
1 seasonable merchant
printed whi- h mean a practi
I be t
1 to lie
hurt \ i
Is. J. I..
id more extended visit.
isit in Stroud
. Greene, and
lark and the
S. L. Tarter,
well she wil'
future for a
j some day.
I hursday about noon four box
cars and the caboose of a freight
train ditched at Milfay the first
station east of here. No. 8, due
j here at 1:10 p. m. went to the
I scene of the wreck and transfer-
led passengers with No. 7, die
| here at 2:25 p. m. We have not
heard the amount of damage
done, or whether any lives wen-
C ol. and Mrs. S. P. Harmon,
left for Chicago on Sunday.The\
expect to be gone for about
• will be Unioi
ervice at the M.
I'., church n
v. - liimnii■- eleventh birth
and I thought I'd gixe her a
t. I found the Elcctriquettf
W I'm an expert with peram
Well, driving this!
triquctte 1- just as -imple and !
les fatiguing, lint I matle>
latal mistake: I let Runnie
it She woultl be in it yet—
dollar an hour—if -he hadn't
vc the li
mail; bu ine-s organ-
irtl' r! 1-1
I lent created by our ministers
ith ti ir rhurcli congregations
in iy. Vi,\einbi i jyth, that they
II at that time use their business
:pt 1 it net- and knowledge in the
igatiorr ot health conditions
ir own towns and eommtini-
1 other words that thev make
analy-i- of health adminis-
by their < 1. n governnient,
will be well, after this is
to compart it with other
"I similar -ize and -ee if \ou
in tented with present condi-
(< JTTON SITUATION IM-
I he cotton pool 1- now nearing
impletion and ever\ state i- rais
ig it- quota of the one hundred
.ew \ ork has subscribed it- share
I- nledtrcii its share which is
•k for her ,
first of the wet
pool will It 'II
11 four million
main off the
ce litul a mar-
to the Soutli-
1 w here.
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