The Crowder City Guardian (Crowder, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, May 17, 1907 Page: 4 of 4
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*. E. HARROW, BD1T0H.
KllIDAY, MAY 17, 1007.
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For United StatoH Senator
M. I- Tl'KNKIl,
(if Oklahoma City.
S. M. UIITHIOKKOUI),
For Congress from Fourth Con-
| . II. LINEBAlJtlII.
of Atoka, I. I.
For State TrouHiiror.
,1. A. MKNKFKK,
of ('nriH'^ic, < kln.
For Heprosentatlve to Legislature.
(.3. K. HOYDKV,
II. M. MeKLII AN Y
For Flotorial Heprosontatlvo
11. F. 11. A Kit ISO N
For Judge Fourth Judicial PUtriet
ti mo. m. rou ri:it
IMiKSUA' IV COLIC
For County or Probate Judge.
11. 1\ HAMMOND,
of McAlester, I. T.
i: w. iimoiNs
1 It A N. KUHANKS
II. I). TI I HASH Kit.
Kl). L. (iAKNKlt,
of Mi-A lister.
J NO. A 11AKKISON
.1. 1$. N.\liK
t. j. stallincis
For County Treasurer
A. V. HOLLADAV
M. w WILLI AM80N
For County llocorilor of Pootla
FRANK A. NASH
\Y. T. UULBKKTSON
A. (i. COCllltAN
Fo'- County Clerk
J NO. O. TOOLK,
For County Attorney
TllOS. It. I)MAN,
JACK 0. HAKLKV
For District Clerk
W. (i. l>. HINDS
\V. B. KILKY
For Commissioner lHatrioi 1
J. A. OK AGO
W. A. EAST MS
For Justice of tbo Peace
J. It. BANKS.
Your druggist refuuds your money
If Brooks' l.lttle Liver-Hoot Pills do
If you need your eyes flitted
with .t fiair of new gliisse.*, «all
at I'erkin'i) Prutj .Store.
J. It. Henderson and Dr. T. T.
Morri.i were K«tisas City visitors
I he lirst of the week.
>Si Terrell played a society stunt
in Canadian last Sunday evening
\\ lint's the matter at home, Hi?
Many physicians into Brooks' Mro-
modlno altogether for reducing fo-
vorii, producing lost, oto. Fry It; It "
Buy your drngn from C. \\
Hush. Itv conservative buying
his line ih always fresh.
(!. M. Sin it >i attended the re-
i>iiI>111 .in central committee which
met at McAlester last Saturday.
Karly fruits and vegetables ul
ways prod Hoe bow ol troubles.
Ilrooks' Blackberry Cordial euros
'TIs not what you oat, but what
you digest and assimilate tliat makes
Monti and strength. Ilrooks' Iron
I'optol doos It.
Why will people wait until thoy
aro poisoned wltb malaria?
l bill i'onle prevents
children llko it.
I Have your prescriptions and
I receipts filled at Hush's regardless
nf who writes them. Accuracy and
! I'urity is our motto.
Whon your baby is gone you'll
wish you had given it Brooks' Bain
llowel llalin, it corrects all stomach
and bowol troubles.
In filling prescriptions it is ver\
essential to use the purest and
freshest in^redieuts. C. W •
Hush lias that kind.
C. W. Hush is just putting
John lindley returned to Mex-
ico 'ast Monday.
Hugo Thrasher returned from a
visit to Haskell last Monday.
Robert Wallace and faniiiy vis-
ited rclati' and friends in
Crowder last cunday.
Mrs. Charlie l'ale and mother,
Mrs. Hurffefa were in Crowder
II. D. Thrasher made a light-
ning eampain tuiir through the
southern part of the county the
Mrs. W. II. Hess, who lias been
visiting her daughters, Mrs. C. W.
Hnsh and J. L. Hurba, is now vis-
iting her son, C. II 11 ohh, of Mc-
Mrs. W. F. Kelley passed
■' when you spend
• every dollar
* of \our income some one else puts
i the money in the bank. U hy not
| iio your own banking'.'
Placing your income in the
iiank doesn't mean you will have
less money—it usually means you
will have more at tfiB end of tbn
year—why delay the matter?
Start an account of your own—
don't let the other fellow do your
banking for you.
We make no charge for clicks or
pass books and will give your ac-
count, no matter how small or
how large, our most careful and
Thk Ckowiikh Statk Hank.
Crowder Real Estate Company
SELLERS OF DIRT
list your property with us for
Some Bargains in Farm and City Property
O'Neal for Ileal
ihev all have 'ora—old folk^ and
children too. Ilrooks' Worm Killer
No headacho that Brooks' Hromo-
dino will not euro, no fovor it will
i^no 7-room bouse, 2.M) foot front-
| rooms below and 8 above.
tine t-room house 2 blocks from
Union^pot U foodoPr®P££y ^oka houge and cellar, about 100
rloso in. A ivicc 0u0 bearing fruit trtes. tine of the most
speculates. desirable homes in Crowder.
A 'i-rooin house 1 lx'2*. lot l.'iO foot l'rico $1250
front by 140 foot back, food lasting
well; locati.'d within half block of (jne a-room house, lot 100x110.
liuptist church. ''rice ♦«00 located in one of tho t>est resident
Bond street section, ol ( rowder.
water; lot terms on part.
I'riee flOOO |2500 buys a 7-room residence and
block of land. An ideal home.
through the city yesterday enrouto 1110(, roduco.
witb '"T "•w'Khter. who has y<m oan limm,d;atolv stoplho ,,a|n
bt;on at M Utfko^ce attunuing and gripinpr with Brooks'Blackberry
school. j Cordial for colic and diarrhoea
II. M. Murray, ol Kellgman, | lfobt. 1.. Knie sots forth some of
Mo., spent the latter part of last his viows on educ ation in his cam-
week visiting his sister, Mrs. J. It.
Hanks, and looking alter his in-
terests in the Nursery Co.
The friends of Mrs. Fred
Browne will be delighted to learn
of her recovery. Mrs. Browne has
been confined toller bed some two
months or more. She left lor a
visit 1 i her mother at Checotah
Wednesday, accompanied hy Mrs.
The linn of llvars & O'Neil, do-
ing a real estalate and insurance
hustnoH- has been dissolved. Mr.
Byars informs lis thai he will con-
tinue in the real estate and insur-
ance business, lie claims the
distinction of being the oldest real
estate man in Crowder.
paign circular which shows him to
be a uiastor of tho needs of tho now
t.tato of Oklahoma educationally. Ho
is without i|Uostion tho strongest
man in tho race for stato superin-
One storo building on
80x70 foeti good well o
One house and lot on Bond street,
lot Mix 110. nice :i-room house, two
blocks from tlio business
Ono 7-room house and 8 acres of
land, good barn, good wo I anil
smoko house, lj acres in bearing
fruit tree<. This property is located
in tho thriving town of
An ideal home.
$1600 cash, balance on ono years
$500 buys a business house and lot
on Bond street, house iOx 10 feet.
This is a snap—bettor investigate.
One 8-room houso in good loca-
tion; 100x140 corner lot, no o level
land A 8r-al> at *4'10
Are von going
If so, it
finishing touches on a neai imo |
tcnnent house by the application bouse this spring'
of a coat of paint. j certainly be dollars in your pocket
If your complexion Is bad try j '' '
Brooks* Liver Med lei no for bilious ' °
dobs, foul stomach, constipation,
etc. It doos not gripe.
Cure up that chronic sore log witb
ilrooks' Medicated Boars-toot Oil,
good land, :
taken at once.
360 acres of ricn bottom
■niles east of Crowder. 10 acres in
more good ti 11 -
all I 130 acres (I miles south of Quin-
The citizens of Crowder were
worried quite a little bit the past j cultivation. 280 acres
, i f ,i t *• able land, 'J houses on land,
week, caused from the absence ut *u,u /
Joe Lane in Crowder. Hut Joe al-
layed all fears by showing up yes-
terday and promised he would
never he guilty of the above of-
There aro many kidney remedies
but low that accomplish the result. I
miles"otCC[ui'nton'°I. I.. ton. I. T.. about loo acres good till-
t\ bargain if able land, 20 acres covered with yel-
Pr ice $100 low pine. This will make an e.o-
^ant homo. l'rico $10 per aero
102J arces adjoing to'' 800
people, 65 acres in cc . '.ion and
balance in tiinlor, tood box houso
and barn, good well, land especially
suited to Iruit and truck growing.
Can give time on part of payment.
a snap at, per acre
100 acres coal land. H miles to
mine now In operation, joins segre-
gated coal land and coal all around
it, 35 acres lirst-class farming land,
balance rough. This will not bo on
the market long. Price #''00
miles from i t. Smith.
the greatest healer on oarln
cures piles, skin disease, etc.
If you wish to borrow mom y
on your lands, see the Crowder j
Heal Kstate Co. They will makt 1
live year loans at H per cent.
Crowder people are all smiles
now. They are certain of the ar-
aival of Springtime. John l.ightle
has had his annual whisker prun-
Strayed. One dark brown horse
about 15 1-2 hands high, 1'2 or 14
years old, star in forehead, small
saddle marks. Taken up by B.I''.
Rook at Crowder, April ti, 1907.
A letter received by Or. \\ . K
Crowder Wednesday staled that
l iielo Duke Sadler was quite sick,
lie is now in llot Springs taking
Hurried tnoals, lack of oxorciso
are tho main eausos, of dyspepsia
A Kings Dyspepsia Tablets altor
each meal aids digestion. Improves
the appetite. Sold by I'erkins tho
Of all tbo (rails there are in tho land
That grow on bush or tro.i,
1 would give up tho choicest ones
I or Holilster's ltooky Mountain Tea
C. \\. Bush.
People often come into this world
with scrofula or syphilitic poisoning
Of tbo blood. Hereditary or other-
wise, it can bo cared by Brooas'
Here's to your health and hanpi-
noss"—PeWill's l.ittlo l'arly lllsers
famous little pills. Nasty, sick
headacho or biliousness may come
on any time; tho euro is an Harlv
Kiser. Sold by C. W. Bush.
11. 1>. Thrasher and C. W. Hush
are the present owners of the
Karnes Hotel property. This
property seems lo have become
juite popular lately, having been
sold twice in less than two weeks.
all on the Southern Lumber
when you are ready to buy.
I'lieir paints are the best, as we
as the cheapest, that
market. They also have a nice
assortment of screen doors and
screen wire. Buy now, don t wait.
When your food ha" not boon
properly dluostoil the entire system
is impaired in tho Baiuo proportion.
Voui" stomach needs help. Kodol
'or indigestion uud dyspepsia not
only digests what you eat, it tones
the stomach and adds strength to
the whole body. Makes rich, pure
blood. Kodol conforms to the Nu
tioiial I'uro Food and Drug l.aw.
Sold bv C. W. Hush.
T. !'. Gore and C. II. l'ittman
will address the people of this
city this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Mr. Core is a candidate for con-
gress. lie has the misfortune of
being totally blind, but he lias
the distinction of l>cin<7 a line or-
ator, and those who miss hearing
hitn will have misseil hearing a
line speaker deliver an excellent
i'inuoules is a kidney remedy that
contains no alcohol or opiates of any
kind, complies with tho national
ptiro food and drug law. Ihirty day
treatment for $1 inquire about I'ine-
cules. Sold by Perkins the druggist.
Cascasweot for the babios is the
best remedy for colic, summer com-
plaint, diarrhoea and sour stomach.
It is ospoeially good in rases of
toothing when irritation affects the
stomach and teatinos. I aeasweet is
a pleasant, safe remedy, containing
neither opiates nor narcotics —all
tho inyrodionts aro printed plainly
on tho wrapper. Kndorsed by
mothers because it acts so quickly.
Sold by I'. W. Hush.
160 acres If
Ark., 120 acres good laid. 4" aeres
rocky, 1* miles from rai road town,
lj miles from segregated coal land,
3 tenet houses. 1 his is a snap and
will snapped up: so don't wait, if in-
terested. This land has never been
prospected, but it is aiiuost sure
there is coal unuer all of it.
l'rico $!•> per ai ro
111 acres 6 miles from McAlester,
all tinnier upland; ijood land, good
neighborhood, school house and
church on land, no improvements.
JSIU acres of hill land 3 miles from
railroad station, ono 5-room house,
well, only a small patch in cultiva-
tion. There is some rough land on
this place, but there is also enough
first-class land to make this a fine,
large farm. This is a bargain.
Notice Odd Fellows
I'liis announces the action
Kor a cold or a cough tako Ken-
nedy's l.axatlve Cough Syrup. It is
hotter than anyotber cough remedy
because its laxative principle assures
a healthy, copious action of tho
bowels and at the same time it heals
irritatluD of tho throat, strengthens
the bronchial tubes and allays in
Hammation of tho mucous membrane.
Contains honey and tar, pleasant to
tako. Children llko It Conforms
to the National Pure Food and Drug
Law. Sold by C. W. Bush.
You have no idea how pleasant to.
tako you'll find Brooks' Chill Tonic
K <" ! For Ingestion.
M. m. v-J vl m. Relieves sour stomach,
palpitation oi the heart. Digests what you eat
We have other bargains equally as good as those
listed. We have a man continually <>" the road listing land
mid always have something new and attractive in the \ia_\ ot
bargains in lands. II' you want to buy, write us. If you
want to sell, list with us and we will get action for you.
For further infoi mation address
Crowder Real Estate Company
CROWDER, INI). TliR.
Or call at Office in the Guardian Building.
the praise given buss native
herbs by people in voi r 1 o-
cali i y is the strong e s t
proof that this famous
household remedy does all
that is claimed for it. :: ::
announces me acnon ol i
the I. O. O. K. i-odge in the case j
of 11. K. ltUBsell bciiiff charged j
with conduct unbecoming an Odd | —:—
Fellow ami was expelled and not; Kevivul Meeting Subjects for the
entitled to anv benefits of llii-^ Coming Week.
lodge or any orgatu/.id U'ilPi <>l subject as announced bv 1
Odd bellows. Dr. Wolf for the evenings of thei
Given under my hand and seal ^ j
° i i"i ^itKNsus, N. (i. Friday, lien and Chickens, Satur-1
II. D. Til HASHER. Sec. . day, Liberty Lightening tliej
! World; Sunday a. m., The I'ara-
ln uslntr a cough syrup why not mount Issue; Sunday p. in., Our
got the b« tP One that comes hign- Childhood l)avs; M.inday, The
ly rocoinmended is Bec^' Laxative Constitution; Tuesdav, The King's
Cough Cough Syrup, contains honey ni hHav: Wednesday, The tios-
amt tar and is superior^ t# other ) o( of Salvation; Thursday,
oouirh syrups in tuauj ^ hil i
dren always llko it because it eon- l e 1 nnce of cait nda\
tains no opiates, is a laxative and Is Chitngc of Heart,' Saturday, A
to give satisfaction or i Good Daddy, Sunday a.m., In
funded. Try it- Sold Christ; Sunday p. m., The Rail-
1 road to Heaven.
; The sermon for Saturday night
will be to women only, while the
NO ONE need suffer with
Liver Trouble, Kidney Dis-
orders, Catarrh, Diabetes, Consti-
pation, Eczema or any ailment
nrisiiiK from impure blood. One
Bliss Native Herbs
taken each day w ill quickly put
the most weakened system in per-
fect order. Each root, herb and
bark in its composition has a spe-
cial mission to perform. Each box
of the remedy contains 200 Tablets
for $1.00 and a Registered Guaran-
tee to CURE or Money Refunded.
\ M Page Almanac tells the story
completely. The medicine is NO'I"
sold in drug-stores, only by agents.
► CROWN AND
} BRIDGE WORK
^ Office in Block 2f> North
x Side of Hond Street
■J CROWDER CITY, I.T.
the ai.onzo o. BLISS company.
washington, d. c.. are sole
makers ot bliss native herbs
your money re
by Perkins the Druggist.
It You Don't
I. D. PREWETT. Agent
CKOWDKR, I. T.
DR. W. I. PHILLIPS
PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON
ttjjleein I'erkinm' Druy Store
CHOW DKU I. T.
none can be made rich; with both
none need be poor.
You work and earn money, but
you have a bank account tor the
care and conserving of this money.
No matter how small or how
lai'ife your income, you should
have a bank account. It will as-
sist you in Ihe practice of real
economy and in many other ways.
Vou can open an account with this
b*nk without any expense, and
cap have the use ol the money de-
posited just the same as ii it w ere
in vour pocket — without the
chance of having it stolen or be-
ing lo t. Come in and talk with
us about it.
Thk Crowder State Hank.
succeed the lirst timn use llei-bine scrinons Moudav and Wednesday
and you will got instant relief lhe wiIt he illustrated on large
greatest liver regulator. A positive • Kvervbodv cordially in-
curo for constipation, dvspepsla. 1 !'Hr|s i-^ryooay cor uauy in
malaria, chills and all liver com- vited to these meeting's.
plaints. Mr. C— , of Kmory. I'eitas.
writes: "Mv has using children llko the taste of, Irora aay 10 uay sunering ironi pnvs-
Herblne for herself and children for „rook9> Il|4bv ltCwol Halm for tooth ! s,-al weakness when Hollister's Rocky
live years. It is a sure cure for con inK auJ jiarr^oua. Mountain Toa would mako thou
stipation and malaria fever, which
Is substantiated bv what it has done Women suffer through mistaken
for mv familv." Sold by C. W. lluth. modesty. Call right out for Brooks'
x Favorite Prescription, tho only guar-
anteed female tonic.
The liest $1 a day house in
the city. Most conven
ietit to depot.
Nice Rooms, Warm Beds and
Excellent Dining Service-
It's too bad to see people who go
j from day to day suffering from phys-
if you suffor from rheumatlam or
pains for Ballard's snow Liniment,
will briar quick relief, It is a sure .
cure for sprains, rheumatism, con-
tracted muscles and all pains and]
within tho reach of all. l'rico '.\'io.
60c and *1.00. C. R. Muith of Tens
ha. Texas, writes; "l havo used
Ballard's snow Liniment iu my fain-
tly for years and hate found it a
fine remedy for all paius and aches.
1 recommend It for pains in tho
chest." Sold by C \V. Bush.
Try that tiny little Liver Hoot Pill.
C. W. Bush.
No pain is so deep but that Brooks'
Kleutric Oil will penetrate to it. re-
lieving all pain and soroness. A
groat antiseptic, pain killer and
colic cure. An alcohol base.
l HAVK A
Registered Jersey Bull
at my barn—will mako the
Season at $2.00.
J C. O'NEAL.
THOMAS T. NORRIS,
Physician ami Surgeon,
Office at Missouri Hotel,
Crowder City, Indian Territory.
Williams & Ikller
See us beforo letting your contract.
Wo can savo you money on a well.
EE'S LAMTIVE HI9EY TM
The Original Laxstive Coug.i Syrup containing Honey and Tar. An improvement over sll Cough,
Lung and Bronchial Remedies. Pleasant to the taste and cood alike for young and old. All coueh
syrups containing opiates constiPa!e the bowels. Bee's l axative Honev and Tar moves the bowels
and contains no opiates. Prepared by PINE-ULE MEDICINE COMPANY, CHICAGO, U. S. a.
For Sale by PERKNS' DRUG STORE.
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