The Stroud Democrat (Stroud, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 50, Ed. 1 Friday, September 1, 1916 Page: 1 of 8
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STROUD, LINCOLN COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, SEPTEMBER 1. 1916
Ford Smash tip
Four men on their way
Cashion, i.i a Ford YVednesnv
morning ran into a team of Pete
Supavaty, who was drivin/ Hi
team on the road, betw een Ke
drick and Davenport. The men
claim d that they had turned nit
to the side of the road to pass the
A )uri--li<>f Prague Citiz 'nswith
thei • ba i au osd into Stroud the
rst i ne we?k, boosting the
L ii i County Fair t be held at
Prague Sept 14,15 and 16 They
iu.v i u d -a bin premium auction wo; k, sixteen
lis and Will ha ^e a good fair.
After leaving Stroud in their
cars, an acciden
Gal. Lay Is Read
Tc Cry Your Sales
Kind Frier —
As the sale se s in has now ar-
rived and i start on nn ^_nd y ar's
this time selling nLincol Coil ty
and adjoining counties, I certainly
. cars, an acci'iem happened to appreciate ai d tha.m iho-ie who
the team when a do^ ran outjmar lhe rtrip> when an 0verland| have put their faith and eo.fi-
from under the wagon in their
path, the front whe \s of th" car
striking the dog and swerving the
machine into the team, killing one
of the horses and badly damaging
the car. The men came on over
to Stroud, where they had th 'ir
car overhauled in a local garage J F50wing the accident the Fair, wf
Supavaty phoned for sheriff | booslers di8banded fm t i-r jour-' 1 0116 oi
Arnold, who came overt. Stroud, npv;inf] r(,f;irnpH t„ Stroud, where feature^ ol a success. id sale is m
i having it well advfcrt.sed. In ie
cat crossinga bridge near Daven idence in me as their salesman,
port gave way letting the car] 1 believe, with these man> >,tars
throu h the bridge, a F< rd car of experience, tha I certainly
f llowi g close behind ti e Over-1 realize what it means to place the
land, went in >n top or the Over-1 ham earned uollais, savii.gs <u
Blumenthal. many years, in the hands of a
A rt quest was made to the
State Association of Retail Mer-
ehai t ;.ist week for an organizer
o assist the local merchn .Is in
smarting a local organization for
t'n protection of credits and col-
lections, he outcome of which
was that A. D. McMullen, mem-
ber of the State organization,
Taat lakes a Persona! interest in the
Welfare of its Customers,
lan I, injuring Mi-
| and mot .er party in the Ford car. J man to d.spose of at is own free
soon after the accident happened,
tne injured were
and a law uit will probably re-1 after< They then left for their
suit over the payment foi th< .homes at Prague.
horse that was killed One of the
men received some slight wonn s
that were dressed by Dr. Glenn.
The Stroud Physicans are keep-
fore 1 w ill advertise my sale da es
in the newspapers of five iow ns—
'Chandler, Stroud, Wellston,
Meeker ; n i Aura and on my bill-
'boafds on the n ain public r a is
entering those towns, ihisme ns
lots of time, work and money. I
will do the w< rk and pi\ the mon-
ey for the success of the sales,
and try to avoid other sales bei g
Later—The case came up befor
a Justice of Peace at Davenport.
The occupants of the Ford casing up with the high cost of
had to pay $100 for the horse and j hving by raising their ites ^or
the costs in the cas • ! professional visits as follows:
j Office Consultation and Pre- , ^e](j jn the same neighborhood on
| scriptions .^1.00 and up i the same day. We will both reap
gJTwo good barbers at the Sani-.City visits ay $2 001 the reward together.
tary barbershop. Firstelass ser- i Night vi-'it $3.00 j jn order to do this I will expect
vice and no long waits. U li next j Obs retric 1 c ises $15.CO | y0U to claim your sale datesten
was on hand and talked over
situation with a number of
Field i.epresentat ve McMullen
sta e ■ that the purpose of thej
organization was to elimina e the
(iea'i beat and give the prompt
(laying customer better value for
his money, that by eliminating
the bad accounts the merchants
would be able to sell cheaper and
induce trade from a greater dis-j
lance by reason of the lowerI
A Sa^retary is to be employed
to devote his whole time to the
work, tabulating the names
ratings of each and every person
in he community.
Departments aside from the I In response to numerous re-
creait rating bureau, will be a' quests The Cozy has arranged
collection department, graft ad- engagement of tne
verting schemes, donations, co-; Saturday Evening 1 osts famous
operative delivery, co-operative
Money to Loan at Low Rate on Good Security
B. CHARLES. Pres. .J. B. CHARLES. Jr. Cashier
OSCAR PRESSON, Asst. Cashier
al,:;d Special Engagement
0! "Beating Sack"
Litt Cowling, Pro
You will need
sits to country $1.00 per mile, j jayS to three week . in advance
I pay all bills for sale dates.
Phone 81 Chandler Okla.
Have your sale bill printed
where most convenient for you.
; Be sure to mail me from one-third
to one half of the bills, and I will
tack them up in the most public
places, send them to the leading
stock raisers and buyers and pass
them out at my sales and on the
auction corners. lc«n beat the
Jews when itcomes to advertisina
I will hold sales opposite the
first First National bank, Stroud.
Saturday Sept 9 and 23; at the old
stand, N. E. corner of the court
house square, Chandler, Saturday
Sept. 1(! ana 30; Saturday Oct. 7
and 21 in Stroud; Saturday, Oc
14 and 28 in Chandler.
I cry at $1.00 per hundred
Satisfaction guaranteed or no pay
Thanking you again for past favor
and wishing you a prosperous
year and myself a reasonable
amount of your sale business.
Col. J. O. Lay.
Tablets, Pencils, Inks
Pens and Pen Holders
Rubber Erasers. Crayons
Water Colors, Note Books
Loose Leal' Note Books
and We have Them
buying and co-operative adver-
Weekly trade Bulletins will be
sent each and every member to
keep in close touch with business
of the Association.
1 he collection department will
look after the collection of all
accounts past due and reiiort
same through the Bulletin.
The advertising committee will
be connnelled to pass on all ad-
jertisiug schemes tinrJti 1H head
of adverting, newspapers and
billboards alone excepted.
Several towns around will be
isked to come into this organiza-
tion and assist the local mer-
chants for the mutual benefit.
The State Retailers has 51 lo-
cals with over 3000 members and
til working in harmony for the
benefit of both the merchant and
Every merchant should give
this movement his support and
■o-operation. • A general meeting the criminal and howsyythlng
will be called later and it is worth
the while of each business man to
be on hand.
serial story "'Beating Back."
While this six reel photo play has
never been shown, heretofore at
less than 25c. V o Cozy by
special arrangement with pro-
ducers, will present it to its pa
trons on Monday. September 4th,
afternoon and night at 10 and
20c and at these prices the Cozy
will undoubtedly be crowded at
Political antagonism to A1 Jen-
nings has served to further adver-
tise t-b< filming of his life as de-
picted in the pictures of Beating
Back, and engagements in all
parts of the state are meeting
with crowded houses.
Probably no photoplay produc
tion has been witnessed by so
many people or created so much
discussion as this famous serial ofi,'ie 'as' of January HIT start it
six reels and ever-, parent should t0 sch°o1 next Monday morning,
take advantage of its final ap n° not wait till the first of the
pearancein Stroud to illustrate year as we will have no beginning
to the growing youth how surely c'as-ses Christmas time on account
punishment follows the acts of , °ur crowded condition.
The buildings have been thor-
oughly cleaned and floors oiled so
that everything v i". be ready for
the opening of ioI Monday
H. O. Shuff
J. G. Burton's Dry
Be Held Soon
impossible for the man who
steadfast in his determination to
Time: Monda. Sept. 4th,
Place: THE COZY
At the Cozy Monday, Sept. 4th
The fijht at Spike S Ranch between Utt
Jennings Gang and Deputy U. S. Marshal
8ud ledbetter and his posse.
The Thrilling Train Hold up at Pocasset
The Escape at the New Orleans Ball
The Great Bank Robbery.
The Man who Ran tor Governor ol Okla
The Outlaw, Convict and Terror of the
Oklahoma Hills, who "Came Back and
is honored by Society as a lawyer and
The Heart Rending Struggles after leaving
the Columbus. Ohio, Penitentiary
Him Making Speech of His life for Gsv-
ernor in front of Skirvin Hotel in Okla-
A Bandit Story for Respectable Audiences
Preliminary arrangements are
being made for a series of revival
meetings co be held here begin-
ning late in this month and run-
ning over into October.
As soon as the plans are defi
nitely settled, announcement will
be made thru the press and in the
pulpits of the churches co-oper-
as he appears in the
Saturday Evening Post'
The most successfu
photo play ever produced.
/ A Moral Lesson that ap-
, peals to all classes.
No one should neglect the
opportunity to witness this
wonderful Photo Play in
Stroud at the
SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT ONE DAY ONLY
LABOR DAY MATINEE AND NIGHT ,
Mrs. Lee Newman, wife of our
townsman and restaurant man, j A A. Seaton is back it hisdesk
died Monday, after a short illness j in the old Stroud State building,
Her sudden and untimely endi j and is ready to take care of his
was a severe shock to her many friends, in the way - nil loans
friends as well as relatives. ! on realestate. etc.
The funeral services w ere held Square treatment g > anteed to
at the South Methodist Church in jail.
this city, and the following
obituary, was hunded us bv the
pastor, Rev. Dupree.
Mrs. Lee (nee McDaniel New-!
man was born in Pulaski county,
Mo., November 23r (, 1890. Was
married to Lee Newman, in
Rocky Ford, Colo,, June 21!. 1912.
Heceused came to Stroud with-
her husband the latter part of j
last winter, and lived until shej
died. August 28th, 1919, age 251
yeurs, 9 montos and 5 days. She
was a tender, kind, true loving
companion and an affectionate
sister. She leaves a husband,!
mother, father, three sisters, six
. brothers and many friends w ho
mourn her loss. May the God of
all comfort guide all who mourn |
in the path of the just that shin-!
' eth more and more unto that ;er- J
| feet day.
1 Following the funeral services I
conducted by Rev. A M.
i Dupree, at the South Methodist
j Church, the body was laid to rest
in Stroud cemetery.
W. G. LONG
Attorney at Law
State and Federal Courts.
Office in 1st Nai: Bank I3ldg
B. CHARLES, Pres. LEE PATRICK
}. STEWART Cashier
We do a general banking business and g.
'iplf I'otec-li.i i
Schod Begins KtanJay
Stroud Schools will open next
M nday V >ming, September 4th.
1' rr'hers in the east building will
be Mr. Tarter 8tl grade, Miss
\\ oil 5th grade, Miss Neal 3rd
and itii grades, Miss Newton 1st
and 2nd grades.
West side, H. O. ShufT, Miss
Holme, Miss Gr.aom, High
Si iiool, Miss Hammon 7th grade,
& ; Lydick (ith gr:> ie, Miss Bair-
I'tT rd and 1th grades, Miss Hub-
bell will teach 1st and 2nd gr ides
in the Sunday School Bungalow.
Excellent work was done last
year on the part o f the teachers
and pupils and we ire expecting
even better work for the coming
' ;f I hope parents will bear
in rund that they have antHTfdfng
in itation to visit ti; achoolatanv
and all times, ws ant you to
: parents who pect to send
children for the first time, if your
child will be six ye u*s of age by
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Ragland, J. H. The Stroud Democrat (Stroud, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 50, Ed. 1 Friday, September 1, 1916, newspaper, September 1, 1916; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc121230/m1/1/: accessed December 16, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.