The Medford Star. (Medford, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 20, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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THE MEDFORD STAR.
WOOD & SUM. Publishers.
I . A. MOOD, Editor.
Official City Paper of Medford
Subscription, $1.00 Per fear.
I am a candidate for ileleRfitr to the Constitu-
tional Convention. aubject tu the decision u.
the Ueiuoetntie jmrty of the Tenth Convention
\\v in authorized to announce the enndidney
I.I I'll Biuselle, of l,«munt, as tlftegah-tu the
Cuij>tilulional Convention. subject to the ileiis
1011 of thi-Heniocrntie conveiltiou to lie held nl
Medford, Octobi i .11. 1HUU, __
THK MOST TERRIBLE CAT
ASTROPHE SINCE THE
When P. P. Boss, This Evan-
gelist, Lost His Life.
Train No. Ill on the Mock Islam)
due here at Ml but which was several
hours late, ran on the bridge across
tho Cimmaron river near Dover, when
i ho bridge s?ave way and the whole
train except the pullman was plunged
into the water and treacherous ijiiick
sands. The train not getting to Dover
1 ho operator walked to the river and
saw the top of one coach which was
above the water with four people
dinging to the top. some drift break-
ing away from the bridge striking the
car they were knocked oil' and ail
drowned except one man, ('lyde Guirst
who floated down the river about two
miles and landed safely on the bank
The pnllman stopped on the bank of
the river and all who were riding in it
were saved. No 12 is the through
express between Ft Worth and Chi-
cigo and usuhIIv carries from live to
i■ ji'lit coaches, which are nearly al-
ways packed full. This calamity hap-
pened Tuesday morning at S;2">. This
news reached hero at noon Tuesday.
In talking with D. .1. Dacy, conduc-
tor on No. II which passed south
Tuesday at midnight, said that it was
rumored that conductor Thomas of
the ill fated train was picked up
down the river some miles, alive but
badly bruised. It will be some days
before the exact truth can be learned,
as reports are very conflicting. For
full particulars read inside of this is-
K L Thompson was married Friday
night, Sept., 7th to Miss Grace Lond-
burg of Pond Creek.
Mrs. Silas Beal returned home last
week after a pleasant visit to her son,
Dr. Beal of Conway Springs, Kans.
Miss Minnie Fox left las* week to
attend,school at Norman, Oklii.
Miss Mattie Hancock returned to
Winlield after a short visit to her par-
ents. Mr Mrs J J Hancock.
Dr Haze Hon sells tine perfumes and
strings for all instruments.
Clarence Bowman returned from
Texas last week.
11 .J Smith the racket man visited
Dallas, Texas last week to buy his
I H Ruth of Medford, was in town
J A Tauten was in town with a fine
lot of chickens for shipment.
.T W Bowman papered the printing
ollice last week.
Dr Hazelton sells Putnams tablet
dyes, oils, varnis, paints and every-
thing in the drug and medicine line
l)r Hazel ton is agent for the Aetna
I balding and Loan Co.
J W Glahn is putting in 4300,00 in
>ta e scenery and drop curtains in
The Knights and Ladias of Security
elected the j [• officers last Wednesday
eve Sept. 12th.
We had a line rain Friday, p m.
The Review gave a local on snakes
last week from the rounds of pleasure
some nl the force enjoyed for th<? last
tinee mouths, its a wonder that any
nl the force escaped. It must have
been attributed to the wonderful ef-
fects of Dr Hazeltons System Tonic.
J A Tilson yne of our well-to-do
farmers was in town last week.
Silas Heal a retired farmer and ow>
ner of the Park lintel will try running
it for a while. Mrs Olive I Beck hav-
ing retired from its management.
Cement side walks and curbing like
Pond Creek, is all the talk now.
Dr Hazeltons System Tonic is the
greatest remedy known for stomach,
kidney, liver and bladder trouble.
Mrs. John Kennedy was in town
Ula Cautield who used to live here
fell out of a tree last week at Carnegie
• and was badly hurt.
Perry Harrison moved from here l«
Ed Cobb has moved his box ball
alley to Pond Creek.
A dozen or more people took in the
.celebration at the 101 ranch.
Dr Hazelton sells a $3.00 fountain
pen for a dollar.
E S Pike has given the contract to
A B Kohl to build him a nice dwell-
ing house on his farm to cost about
Capt Geo Wright and wife were in
town last Saturday visiting their
daifghter, Mrs Wilbur Hawkins.
S A Switser the millwright came in
from Enid, he is on his way to Wich-
ita to worlj on a mill.
Dr Hazelton has a 5 room house to
sell, trade or rent.
Bob Simpson was in town Sunday
with a tine matched team of sorrel
John Keller came in Sunday after
an absence of nearly ^ months.
A big crowd from here will attend
the Medford, carnivai Sept. 20-21-LH2.
Will Lloyd left for Salt Lake, Utah
on Wednesday of this week.
I H H Rule is talking of going into
I the oil and gasoline business.
oO Pink tablets that euro constipa-
tion 2') cents.
Vic Noel the-butcher has secured an
expert meat cutter.
Mr K M llenkle and children are
visiting a week at EIReno.
About 140 scholars are enrolled in
our schools this year.
The 0 and 10 cent store opened up
next door to the printing ollice.
Dr Hazelton sells ('.all cure und
everything iu the drug line.
Mrs Grace Hrewer formerly of this
place is talking of buying a home in
\ Watt has a line trade in his
hand sewed harness.
Mrs Dick Lander and mother was
in town Sunday.
The M W A lodge was well attend-
ed Saturday night, Sept. J.V
.) Peters the baker will take in
excursion Saturday night Sept' -2nd
to Kansas City. Mo.
Jackache leads to dropsy and dia-
betis, Dr Ila/.eltons System Tonic will
Dr Hazelton has a line stock of
specks and eye glasses,
Win Schuerman and family were in
town Sunday eating ice cream.
C'lias Peacock is still in tywn.
The two Miss Galbrelh's went to
Pond Creek to attend meeting Satur-
Miss Shafer a neice of .1 W Simp-
son, returned from a visit to her home
, Hyron, Oklahoma last week.
Jack Gee sells all kinds of feed and
Dr Hazeltons Pink Tablets, the
mildest Physic known, 20 doses for a
ant CountV Vide^ti-. Sapt. 18,
Among the Pond Creek Democrats
who attended the committee meeting of
their party at Hunter Tuesday, were
County Supt.. J. A. Alderson, Win. Yet-
terj C. A. Taylor, C. M. McCarter, Wm.
Garrison, County Clerk O. P. Dillmati
and Paul F. Mackey, We understand
that Mr. Alderson is very favorably
spoken of as a candidate for the Demo-
cratic nomination for delegate.
County Attorney P. C. Wallipg was
called to Garber Sunday by a tele-
gram announcing the sudden and ser-
ious illness of his father, II. II. Wall-
ing. lie and Mrs. Walling made the
trip in the automobile, returning that
evening, leaving the old gentleman
C. S. Buuyan took a turn for the
worse last Thursday eveniug and the
family decided to send him to Kansas
City, where lie could have the benefit of
the services of a specialist. Capt. C. T.
Colnian, on the part of the local Knights
of Pythias lod^e, accompanied Mr. Buu-
yan Saturday evening, and he was
placed in a hospital under a physician's
•are. But after being there a few hours
the patient insisted on coming home,
1 nothing would do but that he be
brought back. And as the doctor did
not think it best to keep liini there tin
ler these conditions, Mr. Column'
brought his charge home Monday even-
ing. Mr. Bunyau does not seem to be-
any worse, and at times shows marked
signs of improvement, and il is thought
and hoped that in time he will recover.
He was so much better that he walked
down to the postoffice yesterday.
The finding of the court in the case of
the Territory vs. Martin Arthur reveal a
very weak place in our law;. Arthur
was charged with selling whiskey to five
hoys, of Manchester, ranging from 10 to
17 years, Wbat he did was to take the
boys mouey and purchase a pint of
liquor for them, on which they became
drunk. Ilu<tr the law, Judge Garber
held that this does not constitute a sale
to minors on the pari of the go-between
and the case was dismissed.
Miss Nettie Craighead died in the hos-
pital at Wichita last Monday. She wa:
operated on for apeudicitis Sunday even
ing, and apparently, withstood the oper-
ation all right, but complications set in
from which she could not recovtr. The
remains were brought home and 011
Wednesday were interred in tlid Pond
Jesse Clark, who had been acting
cashier at the Rock Island for several
weeks, has been transferred to Lawton
One Price to
A. F. Newell Dry Goods Company.
One price to
MEDFORD, - - - OKLAHOMA.
Exclusive Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes.
a n M f 1/ At
L AKIN 1 V AL
Don't forget to visit
Grand Fall Opening Sale..
F. Newell Dry Goods Co.,
YOUR PRODUCE IS THE SAME AS CASH
(irunt County News. Sept. Ill
Mrs. Geo' Fry had a bad attack of
heart disease Sunday night and was
found a few minutes later by her
daughter, Mrs. Audrey Fiddly, lying
on the ground unconscious, west of
the house. She ran for neighbors who
carried Mrs. Fry into the house. Drs.
Easter, llall anil Stalker were called
and for-some time had a serious case
on their hands. After several hours
work she was revived, but is as yet
An extra freight, south bound, met
misfortune near Kremlin Saturday
night. Spreading rails allowed the
caboose and one box car to go into
the ditch. No one injured. The track
was repaired in a few hours. •
John McClelland and Sam Franke
returned Sunday night from Pueblo,
Colorado, overland in the McClelland
We, the undersigned merchants of
Medford, agree to close our respect-
ive places of business Carnival nights
Sept 20, 21 and 22 at 7, o'clock p. m.
a f Newell I). g Go.
Roff & Brown.
c c Wiens.
j p Renshaw
J J Koran.
Unlike the ordinary run of dramas the
plots of which are generally laid amid
the htti Iv burly rush of city life or the
excitment of the western mines or plains,
the plot of Hal Ried's beautiful play,
Roanoke*which is to be presented iu
Medford, Monday Sept. 24th. by the W.
I. Swaiu Co., takes one back to the sun-
ny south where amid the fields of cotton
the gardens full of roses and palm trees, j
the air filled with the sceut of the fra-
grant magnolia and pines, a beautiful
story full of heart interest and iuter-
speis d with flashes of pure wholesome
comedy, is told. The Swain Company
cotnes highly recommended by both
press and public in the cities where they
have appeared. They travel iu their
own private cars, and carry one car load
of scenry' and effects which makes it
possible for them to give the product-
inn in detail the same as in the larger
chies they play.
-Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Acts 011
The most successful medicines are
those that aid natura. Chamberlain,s
Chough Remedy acts 011 this plan.
Take it when you have a cold and will
allay the rough, relieve the lungs, aid
expectoration, open the secretions and
aid nating; in restoring the system to a
healthy condition. Thousands have
testified to its superior excellence. II
counteracts any tendency of a cold to
result in pneumonia. Price, 25 cents.
Larue size, 50 cents. I'nr sale By. G.
• Santa Fe Specials.
St. Joseph Mo. Inter-State Live
Stock and Hotse Show. Oue fare plus
$2,00 for round trip. Tickets on sale
Sept. 22 to .26 inclusive. Return limit
Oct. 1st to 15th.
Kansas City Mo. American Royal
Live Stock show. One fare plus $2,00
for round trip, Tickets ou sale Oct. 5
to 9th inclusive. Return Oct 15 and 31.
G. E. Honky.
I want a good neat woman or girl, to
wash dishes. Wages J ;,ou per week.
Mrs. N. d. Koch.
13 ti Commercial Hotel.
Was a Vkrv Sick Boy
But Cured by Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
!1 When my boy was two years old he
had a very severe attack of bowel rtiill-
plaint, but by the use of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Di tri lioea Remedy
we brought him out all right," savs
Maggie Ifirkox, of Midland, Mich.
This Remedy, can he depended upon iu
the most severe cases, liven choleia
infantum is cured by it. Follow the
plain printed directions and a cure is
certain. For sale bv G. W. PRUNTV.
The Breath of Life.
It's a significant faet that the strong-
est animal of its size, the gorilla, also
has the largest lungs. Powerful lungs
means powerful creatures. How to keep
the breathing organs right should be
man's chiefest study. Like thousands
of others, Mrs. Ora A. Stephens, of Port
Williams, O. has learned how to do (his.
She w rites:"Three bottlos of Dr. King's
.NeUr Discovery stopped my cough of two
years and cured me of what my friends
iln«ught consumption. O, it's grand for
throat and lung troubles." Guaranteed
by G. W. Prunty druggist. Price 50c.
and $1,00. Trial bottle tree.
For Sai.e.—Two registered short
horn bulls, 1 years old: good color.
6 miles east and H south of Medford.
13t2 Hesry Elsenrath.
?or Farm Loans call ou me; I can do
you good. Lowest rates and best terms.
I2tf II. S. Fi&hkr,
whole family and get
Reduction during the
"To Cure, a Felon"
says Sam Kendall, of Phillipsburg Kail,
"just cover it over with Bucklin's Arni-
ca Salve and the salve will do the rest."
Quickest cure for Burns, Boils, Sores,
Scalds, Wounds, Piles, liczema, Salt
Rheuiu, Chapped hands, Sore leet and
Sore eyes. Only 25c. at G, W. Prunty s
drug store. Guaranteed.
J I Godfrey
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
At the close of Business Sept. 4 I90G
U. S. Bonds
Banking House, Furni-
ture and Fixtures
; Cash and Sight Exc'ge
$ 68,283 02
1 Papital Stock
$ 25,000 00
. 25,000 00
The above SIAtement is correct
I. R. HEASTY.
^-DR. J. W.LEARY^
Rural Phone 492.
Graduate Royal College of Dental Surgery.
No money required until work is completed and satisfactory
Strictly high class work done |
A written guarantee with all work.
Teeth extracted absolutely without Pain.
Special low price for contract, until after
Examination and ^ Consultation Free.
Office over First Nation Bank
A GOOD THING
is that you alwavs get good fresh merchandise at the German
Store. We are also supplied with a good stock of
Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Shoes, Hos-
iery, Underwear, Shirts, Overalls, Gro-
ceries and everything that is found in
a first class general store. We want your trade and will do
best to keep It. Save money by buying AT
Trade at The German Store.
_ 2nd. door west ist, Nat'l Bank
I tiavo bought he H. J. Lake
First-, floor east of P. O. You will always find the best and finest Can
.lies Fruits, Cigars, Tobaucos, Etc. I will thank you for a share of
MRS L. D. AUSHERMA.
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Wood, E. A. The Medford Star. (Medford, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 20, 1906, newspaper, September 20, 1906; Medford, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc186336/m1/4/: accessed December 11, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.