The Medford Star. (Medford, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 24, 1907 Page: 1 of 8
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TME MEDFORD STiRR
OFFICIAL CITY PAPER.
Tri-Couulj Indei Succeeded The Farmers Dnlon Jul* H, 19041 Consolidated with Tbe Medford Sur January n. 1906.
MEDFORD, Gfc ANT COUNT\, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY OCT., 24, 1*07
VOLUME XIV NUMBER 21.
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Editor Medford Patriot, (may his scribed decrease!)
Awoke one from u deep dream of peai.-e'.'
And saw within the moon-lifflit, in his room.
Making it rich and like a lily bloom,
An angel, writing in a book of gold
Exceeding cheek had made Palmer bold.
And to the presence in the room he said:
"What writest thou?" The vision raised its head;
And, with a look fit to scare a beast,
Answered: "The names of papers that are read the least
"And ain't mine alright!" quoth T. J.; "Nay not so,"
Replied the angel. Then "whiskers" spoke more low,
Hut cheerily still, and said: "I pray thee speak!
Write me, as one who tries to do a man each week "
The angel wrote and vanished. The next night
tie came again, with a great wakening light -
Andl^howed the names of all papers God detests;
And lo! the Medford Patriot led all the rest.
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European Crop Conditions.
The September report from London
shows the shortage of the wheat crop
in Russia, reported in the first quanti-
tative estimate of the Central Statisti-
cal Committee, came as a surprise and
has not yet been fully accepted by the
trade, which looked to Mussian wheat
Dr. W. J. Leary,
Our big, good, natured dentist, pur
chased, Tuesday morning last, the of-
lice fixtures, good will, etc., of Dr. .1.
K. Hardy of this city, who has been
here since the early settlement of this
Dr. Leary has been in Medford
Prof. M- Thomas,
The Expert Refracting Eye Spe-
cialist of Wellington, Kans.
Will be in Medford, at the Commer
MONDAY, OCT 28,
From 8 a. m. to 5 p. 111., one day only.
Classes adjusted for childrens' eyes,
and all complicated cases others have
failed on. Cross eyes straightened
without drugs or knife.
All Work Guaranteed.
Consultation Free, but limited. Don't
forget the date, Monday, Oct. 28, one
Harvey Love, who lived about six
miles east of Pond Creek, was kicked
on one of his legs by a farm horse, the
first of last week, breaking the leg.
Blood poison set in and he died Thurs-
day, Oct. 10, 1907. Mr. Love was a
well-to-do farmer, about 60 years of
age. He was a soldier in the civil War
and a highly respected man.
Of the Board of County Commis
sioners, Oct. Term,
POTATO (TI I PS
Now is the Time!
To think about your Winter Clothes
We have just received a fine lot of Men's, Boys and Youth's Suits and £ ;
Overcoats. We can save you money on anything in this line
Let us sell you your supply of \ ■
WINTER UNDERWEAR! |
We have Underwear of every description, for Ladies, Gents jSs
and Children. Also a good line of CAPS & GLOVES. fisl!
KNIT SHAWLS, SCARFS, TOQUES, BLANKETS & COMFORTS tig
to offset in part the decreased yield in | ^out^ fifteen montns, and in that
other surplus-prodticing countries. If
}he Russian wheat production falls be-
, low last year's low level, only France
and possibly Italy can be said to have
surpassed materially the harvest of
1900; and as both France and Italy are
importing countries, their larger crops
can increase only indirectly the wheat
surplus available for the international
Now that harvesting in the northern
hemisphere is practically completed,
interest is being diverted southward to
Argentina, India and Australia. The
question how far these countries can
be expected, six months hence, to sup-
ply the deficiencies of northern har-
vests will soon become a potent inHu-
euce on the course of wheat prices.
With a moderate increase reported in
the wheat acreage and favorable
growth so far, Argentina may possibly
produce a larger surplus than last year.
The wheat crop in I ndia, on a reduced
area, is described as growing well, in
spite of general lack of rain fall, al-
though in Bengal, on the contrary,
floods have caused damage Austral-
ian conditions are much less promising.
Insufficient rain has not only retarded
The forecast of the world's crops
made by the Hungarian Minister of
Agriculture indicates a shortage of 289
million bushels of wheat and 450 million
bushel of corn compared with 1906; for
for rye, barley, and oats small increas-
es are noted. The estimated decrease
in the wheat crop is much smaller than
appears in most of the trade estimates.
It should be noted, however, that an
increase of 53 million bushels is attrib-
uted to Russia, if the preliminary of-
ficial estimate of that country, which
has subsequently appeared, be substi
tilted, the world's total for 1907 would
be reduced 3,075 million bushels, or 373
million bushels less than in 190t>.
Grocers- -Clean and Unclean.
In the November number, Woman's
Home Companion gives these impress-
ive figures in its campaign for clean
"There are eighty-four million peo-
ple in . the United States. For their
food twelve billion dollars are spent an-
' 'Eighty-four million stomachs to be
fed this year at a cost of twelve billion
dollars. Allowing a very small average
that half the marketing will be done by
mail, telephone or through solicitors
and children, forty-two million people
will be fed by women who do not know
nor do they try to know their grocers;
and six billion dollars' worth of food
will be bought without the supervision
of the woman who knows her grocer.
This food, distributed by grocers, clean
and unclean, includes nearly 3,090,000
tons of sugar, 834,667,023 pounds of
coffee, 175,000,000 pounds of prunes,
17,854,768 bushels of rice, 84,000,000
barrels of flour and 84,000,000 pounds
' 'All of these commodities must be
handled by various clerks aed delivery
men before they pass from the grocery
store to your pantry. Don't you think
it is about time you got acquainted with
your grocer and his helpers? Are the
men and boys who handle the foot! for
your family worthy of the trust?
. Sheriff Brattain, Frank Walling and
Geo. D. Walker, of Pond Creek, Capt.
W harry and Samuel Gilmore, of Jef-
ferson, attended the funeral of James
T. Godfrey in this city last Friday aft-
time has built up a very extensive
practice, and the beauty of it is, every
patron, as soon as he has his work
done, goes to spreading' the news
that Medford has the best dentist in
the whole Southwest.
Dr. Leary informs us that Charles
Branch has commenced the study of
this profession under his tutelage.
The Star can recommend Dr. Leary
to all Our readers as a conscientious
gentleman, who guarantees all his
work, with a guarantee that means
From the I.nmont Record, Oct. 17,
J. A. Piburn arrived Tuesday from
Mexico with 4200 sheep Of this num-
ber Maj. Blasdell took 899. N. Chance
800, Ed Brazell 1200, W. L. Ware 1200
and J. H. Oiler 150. Mr. Piburn will
return to Mexico and bring back 2000
which he will feed on his farm adjoin-
Ask some of your farmer acquain-
tances how much wheat they are put-
ting in this fall and you will be sur-
prised the number that will tell you
twenty to forty acres. This means
that the farmers are beginning to re-
alize that their ground is worth more
to raise some other crop, besides it is
time a change of crop was given the
land in this country, or it will become
poluted with insects that the invasion
of the green bug last spring will be
mild compared with what will come if
a change is not made.
For A Name.
It. F. Md'erren wishes to adopt a
name for his extra fine creamery butter
that has but recently been put on tbe
market. To the lady in this city who
will suggest a name which his compa-
ny adopts, he will make her a present
of two 1 lb. cartoons of the finest but-
ter she ever saw. Get your ideas to
work, ladies, and send the names in
to tbe Grant County Creamery C<
A New Magazine.
The Star is in receipt of the new
magazine "Oklahoma Life." It
politically' independent. Its editor-
ials are crisp and spicy, every line is
intensely interesting, from cover to
cover, it is a Saturday paper and we
presume will be placed on sale here.
If you read one number you will cer-
tainly look for the next one.
Do You Have Headache?
Are you nervous? Does your eyes
bother you in any way? Are you ail-
ing and fail to find relief? If so, call
and consult Prof. M. Thomas, the Ex-
pert Refracting Eye Specialist. It
may be your eyes are causing your
trouble. We will tell you and if we
find glasses are noeded, will guarantee
you will get value received in them.
Remember, we have had over 25 years
actual actual experience and our copy-
right system is superiar to all others,
and has been proven in thousands of
complicated cases when others have
Will be at Commmercial Hotel, Mon-
day, Oct. 28, one day only; hours-
8 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Rosa, the two-year old daughter of
Mrs. Cord. Young, was at Mrs. Has-
selbring's a few days ago and in some
way got hold of a can of concentrated
lye and ate some of it, which severely
burned her mouth, tongue and throat.
After the little one had been quieted
and had gone to sleep on the bed in a
room, her mother heard her scream.
Hastening into the room, found the lit
tie one covered with blood. She had
been attacked by a ferocious rat, which
ran away when the mother entered the
room. We trust the little one will
speedily recover, but the burns are very
YOURS FOR BUSINESS,
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list ol the
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Long Br 11 l,urn be
E Williams, publishing rd
K R Martin, hauling biidg
B l*ukch;itt. bridge work
ber for bridg
t« J Gent
uckiug c .li
W N Bakei .Ml
ii4 u*j lai>i
getieial el eel
ounty to puroha
the 17th day
I Cissel. 2ml oti Micking
1, Kuykendall. 2nd trolling stallion
ll 5 U0
nd. it furthei
ml.* that tne pro|
II the the vol
thereon and the same is heiel
It Is therefore ordered that I HI
land in said county be purcha-ed at
eediug $7,500, to be used as and foi
and the county clerk is lieiebj
t ,1 .t CO
I Rath, Jet!
he l'.oaid th
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POOR AN I
ng pauper *52
►id a 11'
ler rt mouth
be.st boar with
Standard bred stal
I' W Hippl
king coll :1 00
stallion and 5 of get
Smith & Lyon
Good Things to Eat and Wear.
Cut up ill 2 lb
I'rlce 50c Can
WE CARRY A LARGE LINE OF-
Tlie following clai
C S watson, supplies . ..
National Supply Co supplies
H j Gentry, coal for couiity
Welch Co, W M supplies
Samuel iDodsworth Hook Lu
blank hooks .
Win McKinley, suplies to jail
Win Delzell, supplier an.I lml
W 'r Vest, supplies to Cn Jail
ti P I tillman, cash expended
for postage fo Co u«e
r.uthrie I.eader, books and
i a Dow Election supplies
Highest Market price for your Produce.-
YOU CAN'T DODGE
NIGHT RATES LOWER t
Pioneer Telephone and Telegraph Co. )
ti Factor in Your Business
Closes a Transaction
DAY RATES LOW.
Dr B W Sai
II I* Tankersley, coal to Mrs
IK Renshuw, supplies lo pr
K B Farmer, goods to poor
Medford Cemetery Associa-
tion, lots for pauper.
1 V Hardy, services to p r
U Y. Kisecker. same
McDermolt Drug Co, supplies
1* T Walton I.uniher Co, coal
to Mrs Stewart
H C Antle, services lo poor
J F Maitiu, same
I)r Anile, rare pauper
H O Weber, Woanl for pauper
Royce, board ,or C Bregg
l r Stiles, services to pauper
J D Orendorff, cash for trans-
pcrtation of pauper
J M Mingle, coffin for pauper
II T McNeil, care of TCles.- n
W A Speer, eare of pojr
K J Gentry, same
S Ll Milliou, services on lioard
H O Webber, snppls to pauur
Win McKinley, supplies to
E K llite, board aud lodging
Dr J E Hall, medical services
to Hugh Neal
J E Collins, c ar-.of Thomas
J H Asoer. supplieese loSed-
W T Vest, supplie.
Stewart & Eastman
John Lee mdse tofnuper
S K L,ott Care of pauper
S A Lively, med service!
Mrs James Belnuti nurs
A C Gleur. insanity fees
C A Dow. goods lo Hulen
45 04 1
25 10 1
1st on jack and 5 of gel
same best span ^-year-old mules
A D White. 1st on boar 1 year & under '1
same 1st on sow 1 year old
- a me 1st on sow It mo aud under
same 1st on 5 pigs
I. C Bickerdike, Sand Creek' on poiilirv
The above audited and allowed this sth day
October, tWi. and counly clerk is ordered to
draw a warrant on contingent funil (or £MU0U
in payment uf same.
Itiiaid adjourned siuedie.
W K III MPHREY
[Attest | O P DII.I.MAii, Cham.
-- Sold by G. W. Pninty.
aud the Kid- Has them.
nev sand Bladder f
here is Satisfaction
In having; a GOOD BUGGY* one that will stand
the racket of Bad Roads, Runs Easy and Looks
Good and Toppy.
Adams, the Harness Man,
Call and gei his prices before buying.
HE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY.
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Wood, E. A. The Medford Star. (Medford, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 24, 1907, newspaper, October 24, 1907; Medford, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc185939/m1/1/: accessed September 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.