The Crowder City Guardian (Crowder, Oklahoma), Vol. 3, No. 43, Ed. 1 Friday, August 28, 1908 Page: 3 of 6
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The Crowder City Guardian
FRIDAY, AI UU8T 28, l OH.
A Heart For Every One.
Ah, there's a heart forerery one.
It every one could find It:
Then up and sank, ere youth la rou«i
The public schools will not
i he opened until the 21st of
September. The postpone-
iqu up auu oana, dic yvuvu ■ ^uui '111
Whau-er the toil, ne'er mind it; 111 opening the schools
For if you chance to meet at last is due to the IrtC't that tile
With that one heart intended new School books will UOt 1*J
To be a blessing, unsurpassed, . ■ .. , .. t ,
\ ready in time to open the term
1111 life itself is ended, f r
How would you prizti tha labor douo, earlier.
How grieve if you resigned it; Marshal Terrell* who llftS
For there's a heart tor every one. ' . , ■ . 'i< i
.. . , ./ been working at 1 ulsa came
If every one ooula find it. . , ■ ■ . •
in last Minday to visit Ins
Two hearts are made, the angels says. eI)ts jje wjj| |eaye for
To suit each other dearly: fousKogee next Monday Where
i lie will enter the Bacone Uni-
A letter from (Jov. Haskell
to J. 0. O'Neal states that the
Hut each one takes a ilifTeront way—
A way not tound so clearly!
Vet thouOh we soek, and seek foryears i
The pains are worth the taking
For what the life of home eudear
hike hearti of Ansel's making?
When fondly you've enshrined it;
Kor there's a heart for every one.
If every one could find it
Mr. I). M. Rowtou,
Please advise me the val-
uation of, and the amount of
taxes on, lot 1 in block H>8
in your city, thanking you in
advance for the favor I am
Yours very truly,
T. M. Peery.
The above is a fair sample
of many letters received week-
ly by our city marshal. If he
should answer all letters such
as this his postage account
would be enormous. Mr.
Rowton says that he doesn't
mind to furnish stationery
and time in answering corres-
pondence but that he can't af-
ford to furnish the stamps.
Dr. M. K. Rambo, of Wil-
burton. but formerly of Cen-
tralia, Mo., passed through
the city Tuesday to Quinton
where he expects to practice
lis profession of dentistry.
The I>r. was very favorablv
impressed with our city and
hinted that if Quinton did not
come up to his expectations be
would likely be back here to
Ileurv Hightower and wife
returned today from a visit to
their daughter in Kansas* i'.y.
Mo. Henry says that the lin-t
person lie met after landing at
the depot was his old friend
Anheuiser and that the old
_ fellow seemed to be very glad
rora tne National Committee |(() g(,e ),im and soon had him
i to see if lie can be at home i feeliug perfectly at home in
(during the week of the Old the hig city.
I Soldiers Picnic here. If so. | ^ n ^ of
Winsboro, fexas, writes .1. ( .
O'Neal, in answer to a letter
Than haste aud guard the treasure governor is Waiting to liel'e
niiur i'.. . . \* .... 1 f VxtMtiit tnik
he says be wil
and visit us.
A. J. Stuart, of Oklahoma
('itv is here visiting his broth-
er, J. 11. Stuart of this city.
This is the tirst time the two
brothers have met in about
eight years. Mr. Stuart is
the senior of our townsman
by some five years and looks
to he hale and hearty and good
for several years yet. He
shows his Confederate service
by the loss of one of hisarms
He is the father of seventeen
children the youngest of which
is 13 years old. And like his
brother J . R., lie is broad and
liberal minded and brim full
of good cheer.
the average Indian farmer, mechan<\
servant or laborer never deposits
money In a bank, but hides It away
In a pot or box In the ground.—New
^ "There is one remedy, and only one
I have ever found, to cure without fail
such lroubl"ii in my family as eizema,
ringworm and all others of an Itching
character. That remedy Is Hunt's
Cure. We always use It and it never
toils." W. M. CHRISTIAN,
60c per box. lUitherford, Tenn.
Rings—Say, Bangs, what do you
con.slder the tno.^t valuable contribu-
tion to literature during the year?
Bangs—Well, I'd say that the 6,000
bucks young Seribler's father put up
to get the yojiin-Kter's book pubiishea
■bout took the plum "
Your Druggist Will Tell You
That Murine 1.. Remedy Cures Eyen,
Mal.efl Weak Kyes Strong. Doesn't Smart.
Soothes Kye Rain and S1!Is fur 50c.
A man must stand erect, not be kept
erect by others.—Marcus Aurelius
Clear white clothes are n fign that tli#
housekeeper uses Red Cross Hall Blue,
large 2 oz. package, 5 cents.
Greatness and goodness are not
means, but ends.—Coleridge.
I'ie Allen"* Foot*Knftff
ir®st1n-<1 ii 'h;ntf - « Miufo. • ZJc. Trial
A. ti- OlmsUM, Le iU.y, X. Y.
The best workman is he who loves
bis work.—T. T. Lynch.
morons" beet marks, tney neea a
standing finish, and must be treated
with extreme measures. Tho old fin-
ish must he first removed, and when
the floor Is revarnished, see that tho
liquid is of good quality, and that
several coats are given A waxed
floor needs only another coat of wax
and a thorough polishing. Grease
spots can often bo removed with tur-
pentine. It is lie to remove spots
from rugs or carpfs as soon as they
are made Spots made by sticky sub-
stances may 1 removed by sponging
them wi-ii alcoN ! and alt, a pint of
alcohol to a ti isnoonful of salt
Grease or oil spot should be covered
with wet fuller's earth, and allowed
to stand for two da- and then
brushed off French chalk will re-
move fresh grease spots Cover the
spots well, then spread a brown paper
over them and apply a moderately
In making all berry pips, especially
strawberrry, cherry and blackberry-
pies, put the ben i in to stow with
little water Add sn: ,r. small piece of
butter, and pineh of -alt When they
stew about three minutes thicken with
a little cornstarch and turn In pie
plates lined with raw crust. Put on
top crust and bake, or bake In one
crust and spread beaten whites of
eggs over top and brown In oven. This
beats the old way of putting raw ber-
ries In the cruM and doe- not use any
more time, as It doesn't require so
long to bake them The i-alt sets the
flavor and the enrnstareh keeps the
Juice from running all over. They cut
better when w i ni and are simply de-
licious when eohl
Yellow Lentil Soup.
Wash one cup lentils, boll in three
pints of ei |i water till soft, replenish-
ing as tho water boils aw,a- Cook a
carrot, one onion, two sprigs of pars-
ley, two bay leaves in water, sift Into
the soup half hour before serving
Thicken with on> tablespoon each but-
ter and flour ruR'i i 1 'ther, add salt
and pepper. Serve with croutons. Len-
tils are the to arest of all substitutes
for meat. Thev are good In stews,
puree, boiled and served with chives
or onions, pepi ers and lettuce. Frcnch
or cooked dressings
Try Schaap's Laxative
Chill Cure and do not go
through the same old siege ol
Fall sickness again. It is the
best Remedy made for Chills
and Fever, Bilious Fevers,
Swamp Fever, Dumb Ague,
all Diseases due to Malaria.
It is warranted to cure or
money refunded. Price 50c.
Put Potato on Curtain Rods.
In putting freshly laundered cur
tains on rods try sticking a piece of
raw potato over the end of the rod
The slight moisture dampens the cur
tain sufficiently and covers the sharp
edge of the end and also the moisture
being starchy restores the crispness
when again dry.
To Clean Straw Hats.
Mako a solution of oxalic acid dis-
solved In hoi water. Dip a stiff brush
In the solution and scrub the bat,
rinse well with clear water, and press
with a warm Iron. Place in the sua
until thoroughly dry and the bat will
, be like new
The Gumpot—Well, you fellows can
say what you like about the editor.
Kor my part, 1 always stick up for him
Restored Hope and Confidence.
After several years of indigestion
and ita attendant evil Influence on the
mind. It Is not very surprising that
, one finally loses faith In things gen-
A X. Y. woman writes an Interesting
letter. She says:
"Three years nro I suffered from
un attack of peritonitis which left me
in a most miserable condition. For
over two years I suffered from nerv-
ousness, weak heart, shortness of
breath, could not sleep, etc.
"My appetite was raveDous, but I
felt starved all the time I had plonty
of food but It did not nourish me
because of intestinal Indigestion. Med-
ical treatment did not seem to help,
I got discouraged, stopped medicine
and did not care much whether 1 Ured
"One day a friend asked mo why I
didn't try Grape-Nuts, stop drinking
coffee, and u •- Postum. I had lost
faith In everything, but to please my
friends I b( an to use both and toon
became very fond of them.
"It wasn't long before I got some
ttrcngth, felt a decided change In my
system, hope sprang up In rn7 heart
and slowly but surely I got better. I
could sleep very well, the constant
craving for food ceased and I have
better health now than before the at-
tack of peritonitis.
"My husband and I are still using
Grape-Nuts and Postum." "Theres a
Name given by Postum Co., Rattle
! Creek, Mich. Read, "The ltoad to
Wellvllle," In pkgs.
Ever read the above letter? A new
one appesri from time to time. They
are genuine, true, and full cf human
L SALES OVER NINE
Inble quality is appreciated
ker. Over Nine Million (9,-
iwis' Single Hinder cigars
Iv The kind of cigar smok
oen looking for mailo of
Bellow tasting tobacco It's
nt of main smokers that
le Binder straight ic cigar
tialltv the best 10c cigar,
lain imitators of this celo-
1 Don't let them fool you.
dealer \ ou wl h to try a
•tot Peoria, 111 . Original
Spjokt r Package
• LISH QUESTION.
The String to It.
"Why did you refuse me Just now,
denr?" said he.
"I wanted to see how you would
act," said she
"But I nil lit have Rone without
waiting for an explanation, said he.
"I had locked the door," said she.—
no YOUR CI.OTHK* I OOK iril.owt
If o, use Red Ci Ha 11 lllu, It will make
them white as snow (., k i« .-.•nt#.
It doesn't pay to bin row trouble even
oil a friend's mvowr
"It Finds the Spot."
The Oil we struck Is the OU thai
has stuck while othors have passed
may, simply because It cures your
Pains Aches, Bruises, Sprains, Cato
and Itiirns quicker than any other
known rcmedi Hunt's Lightning OIL
It's fine for Cblgger bites also.
A Westernized Proverb.
Out In Nevada It Is said that ther
change the old adair" Heath loves •
shining mark" to Death loves a mlnr
lug shark " Western Christian Advo-
asking him to iwsit in h revival
at this place, that if the dale
can he fixed for September,
covering either the '2nd or 4th
Sunday that he will be happy
to comply with the request-.
Hro. Pender is an old pastor
of Bro. CNeal'sand we know
he is an emient Divine. We
hope the dnte may lie satis-
Money to Loan.
If you want to borrow money on
your land at K per cent, intereat
paid annually, see Byars, the
Got What They Wanted.
A good old Georgia brother, who
had decided to leave an unreraunera
tive charge, finding It impossible to
collect his salary, said in his fare-
"I have little more to add, dear
brethren, save this: Von were all in
favor of froe salvation, and the man-
ner in which you have treated me
proves that you have got it-!"—At-
A GOOD OLD FRIEND.
f course' You didn't sup
pin' out ti> hunt sparrows,
ea for hotels are somfr-
iso of peculiar misunder-
n aged farmer from the
decided to mako a Ti lt
It was the lirat time he
city station and when a
rri«'d to him with the in-
King Edward?" the new-
smiled as he answered:
Das Cox of KrainouL"
a mighty good thing—
ngor nails—but I don't
vore intended solely for
ough I used mine large-
rpose for several yean,
ffectrd and had it to do.
n of Hunt's Cure, how-
my itch and less than
WARD, Index, Texas.
ally. Miss Passay. the
on your hat makes you
ve years younger!
—Well, you may—er—
nore white feathers on
ottle or Less.
By to contract In some
lard to get rid of—that
r remedy Is not used.
11 Tonic frees any one
ly and thoroughly. It
io euro any kind of
Chills. One bottle or less will do It.
The Long Climb.
It is said that a man begins to go
down hill at 40, but a good many peo-
ple lind that tho uphill climb begins
at that age.
to mm i orr -m \ i \ i; t \
\ m i.i 111*1 i rin sti w.
Tftkn th«' Oltl Hiaii'lut.l -JJlOVi TAM'KI.I.H
« Hill, ionic. \m; knnw u hut vuu art* tail in*
f. r . ui'l ti- ma. foru*. !• or gruwu
and children K)c
The more cause one has for Iosb o?
patience the more reason there is for
FITS fH. Vltns* iHinr.. nnt1
„mmM.tlfriir.-l l.v 1 r K m
H«ii l f r h KICK * <W trt •
h li Kline. 1-1 . -< i ar. r.
ron* PliMiti p*r-
•Ht S -rv« Hektorar
i ir. Ail** IT
\'U u ..11,1,.a. Pft,
A wise man is apt to know when he
has enough before he gi'ts it.
C&juiii Uou, ftliAi'i pain, euro* vlttU collu. 'i&c * buili*.
When women argue they like to
argue that they don't •
Cloanses tlic System Kjfcct-
uaily; Dispels ( oliLs and Head-
or lies duo to Constipation;
Arts naturally, acts Truly us
JJcst jbrM *n\v onion and ChJd-
mi-ynunfj and Old.
To >.W't its Jton. jif iul Ejjrrts
Always buy the Genuine which
lias the jiill name oj the Com-
fio vSfHUP Co.
bvwhom it manufactured .printed on tft*
S-ont of pnH.nflf.
TALL LEADING DRUGGIST^
one size only, regular price 50* f lutllc.
' PAINT QUALITY ^
it 15 FC'JND ONLY ON >3p|
old outch j
al. om< i \ mt i i nt
A\eVt* fable IVt p .lrclion lor As
tmjl iIk- .Slomai lis ami cf
Proisolf v Pi^cslion,('tioerf|j|-
ncss.miUv'M Contains neither
Opium.Morphine nor Mineral
Ni > i \ an OTH
kh'P* C/OI.I otSANvtunum
k,U> '.ft, I
A,,.. J ■ |
- S..4 I
n cr /
Aprr't-iM Ki'mcdy forConsllpa-
lion, sour Stonuch.DiarrhoM
noss ami Loss OF SlEEr
Fac Simile S.gn.ilur* of
The Ckntal'u Company.
' KW YORK
For Infants nnd Children.
The Kind You Have
^Guaranteed under fhr 1 ood.iiit
Exact Cofiy of \Vr«n>er.
Stale Fair ol Oklahoma
At OKLAHOMA CITY. October 1st lo 10th. lf)08
Room for all in comfort and safety. Make on Exhibit or
take your family for a week of great profit for alL For
Premium List and Entry Blanks address the Secretary
at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
w. n. 'j, muskogee, no. 35, 1808.
Dainty, Crisp, Dressy
ar* a delight to the refined woman every-
wh**r«\ In ordrr to g *t this r« ult ee
that tlu* ni t fi.il ib kockI, it u cut ia
the latest lo^laou aud u*e
In the laundry. All three thin** are Im-
portant, but the last is absolutely neces-
sary. No matter how fine the material
or how daintily made, bad starch and
poor laundry work will poil the effect
and ruin tho clothes. DEFIANCE
STARCH is pure, will not rot the clothes
nor cause them to crack. It sells at too
a sixteen ounce package everywhere.
Other starches much interior, sell at 100
for twelve oun< e pac kaga. In ist oa
getting UKFIANCK STAKCH a&d ba
sure of re&ulta.
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Barrow, A. E. The Crowder City Guardian (Crowder, Oklahoma), Vol. 3, No. 43, Ed. 1 Friday, August 28, 1908, newspaper, August 28, 1908; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc273472/m1/3/: accessed September 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.