The Crowder City Guardian (Crowder, Oklahoma), Vol. 5, No. 35, Ed. 1 Friday, July 1, 1910 Page: 1 of 8
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The Crowder City Guardian
CltOW DKIt. OKLAHOMA Fit I OA Y JI'Ll ! ' tUO.
Why Do People Buy at
Because they keep the stock and sell
at same <>r less than Chicago pricep
Any one wishing anything we haven't
got in stock may he supplied at same pric-
es as the mail order catalogues offer with
our guarantee on the goods. (live us
your mail orders. Bring your catalogues
ro us; we invite comparison on both juic-
es and goods.
We sold just a few days since, a Cane
Evaporator at 61.00 less than the higgest
catalogue quoted, and we pay the freight.
But how can we convince you unless you
' men' get it.
Copyright 1910, by 11 Kieth. However. he that a* it may bo,
; \uU Sot whom the tetanus will,
I Tu« jubilant youth ot the nation
When the Ballmer trial is . ...led, , )U1J rnMime wjth ,u ah0()tiDK t(,
And the jury tins said what it kj |
thillks; i | ue <afe anil the sane celebration
When the case lias been made anil
Willi the wonted political winks
We shall smile and ands w
sun 11 need to
That feel it as well had lie en
! And the Uuirgenlteim crowd will
Ilesume where it was when it
The signs shall come down in the
And the patents shall tie up the
The law will get flabby and limner
And the trusts will do well on
It always turns out in that manner
Although we may hlush to con-
i\'ill suit us who are not so skittish
Hut the youngsters have got t• do
To show what we it ill to the llrit
, ti h.
There never was anvtliii g safe I
in tin v.,i • the forefathers attacked
tlieiu, and as tor the saner attain I
Inents, the old fellows seem to i
have lacked them. I bey simply |
cast fear to the bow wows and j
waded into tiie affray, and a boy |
does not think himself worthy il
hi* cun t shoot liiuiHeit. anyway.
'I ho (iuardiiin will publish in thl
column ttte names of cttudlcliilOH for
the varlout oltlces until tho prima-
ries, ami of the *uece Hful candidate*
in the primaries, until tho election,
charging therofor the following
IN YAKl.Uin IN ADVAN'CK:
l or MhIo and Dintrict Ottloers $10.00
Kor County Officers .. \00
For Preoinot Olllcrri ... '.'..>0
The announcement fe« does not
carry with it any obligation. 1 in plied
or olherwUe, for the publication of
All announcements under thin
head am madn subject to tho Domo-
oratio primaries to he neld next
At any rate, Jeffries and John-
son will growl like a couple ol j
poodles and observe independence
with beating the hair off their mu-
tual noodles. I hey II alternate |
Mr. Thedtord had the misfor-
tune of getting a small particle of
sand-rock in bis eye last week and
is very painful as he has been un-1
able to remove il from the eye.
Both cotton And corn on Reams
are looking very promising.
Miss Maud Mouser is visiting
ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. 1)
W. I). Johnson, road overseer,
is notifying the men in Shady
Grove; Greasy Hollow and Reams
to work the roads south ol Crow-
der. We are glad that we ate at
last to have good roads, and it
will lie a pleasure for the farmer
to haul his hay, corn a.id cotton
to the markets.
Miss Ruth Rhodes who has
been teaching school the past two
years at Reams, has returned from
McAlester normal anil will leave
this week for her home in Mo
Miss Ruth is a charming and ac-
complished young lady and has
made a host of warm friends and
admirers. We are sorry t<> see
her leave our midst and go to
other fields of labor.
(apt. J. 11. Reed and wife of
North McAlester visited their
daughter Mrs. (i. R. Cook and at-
tended children's day exercises on
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cook and
daughters are veiling in the coun-
try west of McAlester this week.
Mrs. Krankie Kelley of Texas
is visiting her ni'""* Mis. ti. K.
('« < ik.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Rankin and
Hon Roy visited frisnds in Bache
Mrs. R. D llooscr returned
from McAlester* last Friday where
she has been attending normal for
the past month.
On June the 1U, the Reams Sun-1
day School had children's day.
Singing at 10 a. > .. conducted
by Prof. Uozu. I'r.aching at 11
by llro. Jones of Crowder, which
was a long and interesting service.
The people served dinner on
the grounds- there were boxes,
l.uskets ami tubs full of good stud
spread befoie the niingry cr .wd.
The. tables groaned under the
weight ol the dehcies and everv-
b Illy had all they could eat and
ilriiik and tin re were loads of din
nt.r carried home. Reams I over
does anything by halves.
Shady Grove Sunday School
Kpeut the day with Reams Minday
Si.ool and everybody had a good
1 here were visitors from McA
ester, Massev. Indianola. Canad-
ian and Crowder.
The children exercises c niimcn-
ceil at 2 p. in., following is the
I. Song-I'll lie Ready. School
2. Tne Little (Jardeus-12
;S. Recitation-Helping To-
gether - .Alia Cook
4. Recitation-liod will under-
stand J tinie Hubbard.
5. Recitation-The New Baby
f). Soiui-With Garlands of
Flowers 8 Girls.
7. Recitation-Over I he River
N. Song-The Waiting Boat
St. Recitation-God's Messeng-
ers Margaret Cook.
10. Song-God Save My Wand-
ering Roy - School.
11. Recitation The Baby's
[lose May Kennedy.
12. Song The Golden Heart of
the Rose Margaret Cook.
1,3 Concerted Recital i o n—A
Wreath of Roses i Girls.
1-1. Recitation by Nina Hooser
15. Recitation-The W '"r Lily
With water lily song by a chorous
In. The 23rd 1'salm-Alta Cook
17. Song-Waiting and Witch-
Rev. J. A. Gragg, Superintendent.
| And we do not regard it a banner | making the other leviathan howl
Achievement, exactly, to guess it lor his mother, and il the count rj
at random is lucky they'll man-
age to kill one another.
It's only a plan to make money,
prserviug the strictest of strictures,
(or what they will have is a race
war. dividing what's made on the
pictures. W e've been pretty mail
in this country for dollars, and
power, and places, but this is the
lirst time we've trafficked upon
the abyss between races.
July is a tribute to t aeser. One
day, with some other insurgents,
he talked oy the Pillar "f Poinpey
on things of political urgence. He
was just on the point of explaining
the key to some government riddle
when a parly of regulars jumped
hiin and cut him in two in the
There were Decius Brutus, the
speaker, and Cassius, boss of the
Sei.ate, together w ith others insist-
ent noon some political tenet.
' The party forever!" they shout-
ed. and what with that terrible
slasher Servilius Casca great Cae~-
er as well had been run through a
At any rate, Antony found him
cut lip into fodder for lishes, and
begged this request of the Romans,
who granted the least of his w ish-
es. And thus it has happened
and shall be so long as the Tiber
runs by the Pillar of Pompey that
Caeser shall live in the name ol
was of the unconquerable, never say
die kind, the kind that v<>u need
most when you have a bad cold,
ough or lung disease. Suppose
troches, cou'h syrups, cod liver oil
or doctors have all faiio.l. don't lose
heart or hope, lake Ur, King's
New Discovery. Satisfaction is
guaranteed when used (or any throat
or lung trouble, it has saved thous-
ands of hopeless sutTere' s. It mast-
ers stubborn colds, obstinate coughs
hemorrhages, lagrippe, croup,
asthma, hay fever and whooping
cough and is the most safe and cer-
tain remedy for all bronchial atTect-
ioni. 60c. fi. HI. Trial bot'.le free
at S S. Terrell I>rng Co.
The Fourth shall return to di
Us waiting in battle array,
And what with one thing and sin-1
Regretting we won, anywav.
The cannon shall boom, and the
For things on the medicine]
The fat occupant of the White House
Will lie on hi* hack in the grasB
Ueueath the green Heverly maples
Observing the aeroplanes pass
The ci.autTeurs will keep right on
With seeing it's no one but Hill,
And they'll sigh just to think what
(lad they flown ove. sagamore Hill.
lint not every man can he Caes-
ar, as someone has stated, alas!
and in the due course of the mat-
ter homebody must lie in the grass
It's bard on a strenuous nation,
afflicting us all in a way. but wi
look on the brighter side ot it.
and conclude it is good (or the hsv
However, time Mies Is a proverb.
And one nay, his loot on his gong
And his engine hack-pedaling. Aug-
Will come aeroplaning along
Those Pica Of Boyhood.
How delicious were the pies of
Shall warn inexperienced countries j hood. No | ies now ever
Aspiring to freedom themselves.
For l.ioutonant (iovernor
.J..I. McA LESTKU
of Mr \taster
For State Senator—
.1. M. CAVKS
For Motorial Iteprosentative—
l or County KeproMentatlvu—
WILL T WALK Kit
For District Clerk
W. B. ItlLKY
of McAlester for ro election.
For .Jud^e of Superior ( ourt
rillL I) BHKWKR
For Clerk o( Superior Court
JAMES (). MITCHKLL
For County Judge.
T. DICK DAVIS
B. I*. HAMMOND.
For District Judge.
R W. HIGGINS.
For County Attorney
WM. S. lt()(JKKS
Iteglstcr of Deeds
A. <i. CHOCHKAN
For County Clerk
JNO. 0. T0OLK
of McAlester for ro election
good, what's i hanged!' the pies? No.
It's ynu. Vou've lost the strong,
healthy stomach, the vigorous liver,
the active kidneys, the regular bow-
els of boyhood, (.Jour cigostlou is
poor and you blame the food. hat s
needed? A complete toning up by
Kleetrle Hitter# of all organs of di-
gestion Stomach. I.iver. Kidneys,
Dowels—'I ry them. They'll restore
your boyhood appetite anil appreci-
ation of food and fairiv saturate
your body with new health, utrength
60c at S S. Terrell Drug
For County School Superintendent
L FAY IS K. CHRISTIAN
I). J. TATUM
of North McAlester
For County Surveyor—
J. I). T1CNOR
.1 I). FULTON
of < 'anudiun.
For County Commissioner Dint. 1.
JOHN F. ROLLING
.1. G. SMITH
.1. L KIRK PATRICK
For County Commissioner Dlst. .1
J, D. TANNKHILL
of McAlester for re-election
For Justice of the Peace of Canadian
For Constable Canadian Township—
A. C. HAMMONS
II. E. MORRISON
of < anadlan
c. T. WILKINSON.
For Township Trustee
M. W. PRIDDY
S. F. <iRA(iG
For Township Treasurer
J. 1,. BURBA
For Township Clerk
J. W. KNAPP
For Constable of Canadian Township
.). <}. HATFIELD
Notice of Publication
J. (j. Hatfield
I he dynamite cap and the rock-
et shall remind us of tyranny
thwarted, and the valliant foie-
latliers shall turn in bis collin to
see what he started. I he eagle
shall mount on his pinions and
circle the North and the South,
and tlie rapid-lire orator stand on
the platform and shoot ofl his j
mouth. and vigor.
This latter, however, is harm-j Co.
less in a strict pathological way.j
hut remains notwithstanding an A Chicken Fry.
evil we must in due season allay. |'he ladies of the Kapttat Church
Alas, how deficient is nature t.iiit | vvi11 give a chicken fry in the old
might lay this pest on tne shelf
with ruling that shooting his
mouth oti'he gave the laekjaw to
In the proper column will b'
found the announcement of J.
Hatfield for constable of Canadian
Township, subject to the action of
the republican primary in August.
Mr llatticld is well known in
this vicinity having ooine here 1)
years ago from Kiist 1 ennessee.
He will if elected, make an ex-
cellent oHiccr. as lie has had plenty
it experience rlong Ibis lime,
having served as constable and
deputy iheriff, for two year* in
Scott County Tennessee, before
coining to this country.
lie ustii the republican* to sup
port him in the primary Aug . 2
This tetanus, we are (juite cer-
tain, has good and defensible uses,
and all of its manifestations thus
far have been only abuses. The
ioea, as we regret it, is not that il
should be the cause of any more
serious matter than locking the
You know that we never hear
of it except on the Fonrth of July,
and whenever some innocent gets
it we forever are wondering why*.
Well, this is the fact ol tne matter,
and by Jove, we are willing to bet
it turns out in the long run that
no one but a lot of old wind>ja*n>
stone building on Saturday July
2nd. Kvervbody cordially invited
to attend and don't forget your
We Carry a complete line of
tifhinir tackle. S. S. Terrell Drug
State of Oklahoma, 1
> ss. No. 405.
1'ittsbnrg County; j
In the Superior Court of Pittsburg
Ada Martin, Plaintiff. )
Lee Martin, Defendant. )
Said defendant l.ee Martin will
take notice that lie has been sued
in the above named court for a
Divorce on the grounds of Non
support and drunkenes* and you,
the said defendant, must answer
the petition tiled therein by said
plaintiff on or before the Itrd day
of August PHO, or said petition
will be taken as true and a judg-
ment for said plaintitl' will be
[ska1.1 I al Millwee,
Clerk of Superior Court of Pitts-
Hy W. J Kindrick, Deputy Clerk.
We Will (■<> Your liond
Do you wish to make a Guar
ban bond or any other kind of
bond call at the,
Crowder Ileal Kstate Co
WKyOLDS lr TBIUBOlfUPHI
AND ALLTHftQAT AND LUMC TROUBUS
M OP MONSY RCruNDEO. _m
IIiiroc (jilts for Suta.
Seven fine Duroc registered gilts,
•I months old, weigh about UK)
pounds each, for sale for cash.
See or write II. K. Kastes, Canad-
ian, Okla. 3-41
IF WOKEN ONLY KNEW
What a Heap of Happiness it Would
bring to Crowder Homos.
Hard to do housework with an
Hrbnrs vou hours of misery at
leisure or at work.
II women only knew tho cause -
that Haekaehe pains oome from sick
'Twould save much needless woe.
I loan's Kidney Pill* cure siek kid-
Many revidenU of thla vicinity en-
Mrs. J W. I.oyd. S27 W. Madison
Ave.. McAlester, Okla.. says: "For
seven or eiifbt years. 1 was bothred
almost constantly by piercing pains
through my kidneys, 'there was
also a soreness across the small of
my back and 1 could not stoop with-
out suffering Intensely, I felt tired
nearly all the time and lacked am-
bition. After taking a number of
remedies without obtaining relief. I
learned ol Doan's Kidney I'llls and
procured a box. They entirely dis-
posed of my troublo. My experience
warrants me tn recommending lloan s
Kidney Pill* highly."
For sale by all dealer*. 60 cents
Foster Milburn Co., HutTalo, New
Yark. sole agents for the I nlted
Hemember the name—Doan'e—and
take no other.
The 8ure H i«ult.
A liar ends by making truth appear
like falsehood —Hhen tun«.
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Barrow, A. E. The Crowder City Guardian (Crowder, Oklahoma), Vol. 5, No. 35, Ed. 1 Friday, July 1, 1910, newspaper, July 1, 1910; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc274202/m1/1/: accessed October 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.