The Logan County News (Crescent, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 2, 1917 Page: 4 of 4
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HALL & VANDIVER. Props
First Class Work
Do you get up at nights Sanol
i8 surely the best for all kidney
or bladder troubles. Hanoi gives
relief in 24 hours from all back-
ache and bladder troubles. Sanol
is a guarantee! remedy. H6c and
$1.00 a bottle at the drug stia-e.
General transfer! business. 1
make all trains. My charges will
Dray and Transfer Line
All kinds of dray and contract
Meet all traina.
We are glad to correct ail errors
that may happen.
Leave orders at Powell Pharmacy
IIcn. IMione n7
£ W ANIBA
Otllce Farmers and Merchants
Hank. Orescent, Okla.
8anol Eczema Prescription is a
famous old remedy for all forms
of Eccema and ski" diseases.
Sanol is a guaranteed remedy.
Get a large trial bottle at the
A FIT GUARANTEED
T, M. Goodnight
Jeweler and Optician
At The|Crescent Pharmacy
Over the Covinty
Uert Youuk of Sun City, Kan-
sas visited with his mother last
Mrs. Durettand children vis-
it Friday with her sister, Mrs
Geo. Norris and family took
Suuday dinner at the home of
James Walker. J
Miss Katie Begun came up
from Oklahoma City, Saturday
for an over Sunday visit with
Mrs. Etta Powers and two
children are visiting relatives in
Ruby Klopfensteia spent the
day Sunday with her brother,
liasil and wife.
Elsie Richards aud Hattie Den-
ny of Lovell, were week-end vis
itors with their mother, Mrs
Mrs. John Terhune is serious
ly sick at her home southeast of
Uarvy and John Burgess left
Saturday, ior their home in Ore-
iron after a week visit with their
father. Grandpa Burgess.
Miss Florence Cathers gave a
surprise party Saturday night
for her father it being his birth
day. Nice refreshments were
served and everv one reported s
From the lacks
The boiling cauldron of the
Witch of Kndor is not to be com-
pared to the hot dry weather we
are now having.
Fred Scott will move to Cres-
cent in a few days, and will en-
gage in the transfer business.
Charley Cox will move on Mr.
Scotts place and look after tbe
crops and stock.
Mr. and Mrs. George Ray and
s^ns, Misses Grace and Eva Mor
ris»»tte, Homer and Clyde Morii
sette visited w th Mrs Mary
Williams on Sunday.
S. M. Morrisette, Mr. Adel!
and some others were tishing on
tbe Skeleton the other day and
what success they had we did
Mrs. May Hrantner is still un-
der the doctor's care and is not
improving as rapidly as her
friends would wish.
Wonians friend is a Large
Trial Bottle of Sanol Prescript
ion. Fine for black heads, Ecze-
ma and all rough skin and clear
complexion. A real skin Tonic.
Get a 35c trial bottle ai the drug
FRED H. SANFORD
Painting and Papering.
Estimates Furnished Free
Phone No. 2416.
No Job Too Small or Too Large
Can alto sell you paint and wall paper ut
astonishingly low prices. Ask me about it.
When you have backache the
liver or kidneys are sure to be
out of gear. Try Sanol it does
wonders for tbe liver, kidneys
and bladder. A trial HSebrttle
of Sanol will convince you. Get
it at the drug store.
To Loan at Lowest
Rates of Interest and
You get all you bor-
row|and the (cash is
Farmer* and Merchant Bank
A tine mare of Fred Scotts'
fell the other day, breaking one
of the bones in her front leg and
will cause quite a money loss for
Chris Miller has annexed a tine
tive passenger Ford car. Girls
look out for Criss is now on the
M rs. .1 oel Chambers was taken
violently ill while visiting with a
neighbor on Sunday, but we
learn is much better at this time.
We are glad to learn that our
old friend and neighbor, Ray
Sliatfer has been appointed drill
boss in the copper tields at Kim-
berly Nevada at a salary of $250.
per month. Ray is a steady and
honest young man and we know
will make good,
The adjuster of the Union Mu
tal Insurance Company of .Enid
was down on Saturday and ad-
justed the hail loss sustained by
Geo. Morgan allowing Mr Mor-
gan full indemnity for the loss
There will be a meeting of the
Logan County Mutual Oil and
Gas Co , in Crescent on Satur-
day, Aug., 4th for the purpose of
windipK up the business of the
company and goinR out of busi
ness. Be sure and come, don't
be slackers. Meeting will be held
at 2 p. in. sharp iii the office of
Dan Rictiards. John
A large crowd charivaried
Wm. Fast and bride, Thursday
night. , tyr. Fast has lived at
Columbia for many years and
is well and favorably know. His
bride formerly lived at Perki' e.
E. W. Hart and wife, Carrie
Rigdon and wife, were Guthrie
Charley Downey and family of
Gracemont, arrived tbe first of
last week fo. a visit with relative.
E W. Hart enjoyed a visit with
his brother from Missouri last
Mr. and Mrs. Frame Harris
and Mrs. Chas, Thomison moved
from near Hunter to the Teasley
Dewey Hart came iu from Fort
Sill for a few days visit with the
Mrs. Denny and children of
Crescent visited her sister, Mrs
Wm. Criner and family last week.
Carrie Kigdon and wife were
Crescent visitors Saturday.
Mrs. Wm. Criner was in Cres-
Mrs. John McCullem and baby
of near Hennessey, and father of
Mi<*sduri visited at Cell Reams'
home, Saturday and Sunday.
Sam Kuver and wife spent
Saturday night and Sunday at
Will Sebring and family spent
the day Sunday at tbe parental
Mr. Meeks and [family visited
at Mr. Criners Sunday.
Wm. Fast and wi'e departed
for Perkins Sunday morning for
a few days visit.
From The Marshall Tribune
J. A Donley and family were
up from their farm near Cres
cent, Friday. This good family
lived here for so long th it they
look perfectly at h"me when
they visit Marshall.
Kaffir looks tine in this vicinity
but corn and feed stuff are all
burned up and kaffir will soon
oe suffering if rain doesn't come
Drilling was resumed at the
Trammel well, Wednesday morn
ing, after a temporary lay off.
It is reported the project has
been financed sufficiently to en
able tbe test to be completed.
At the Grover Hobbs sale, on
Tuesday, o .ts sold for $1 00 per
bushel. They p.re worth only
about seventy cents on the mar-
ket but there are none on the
market, and the purchase of
these at this fancy price indi-
cates about what farmers think
they will be worth sonn.
allen motor 40
-* fostoria. «
Tho vital wtfrth ofAW0
car lies in its splendid
design and construction
Ucft ils O
J. R. Wilson, Agent
Notice to Creditors
in THE MATTER OF THE F.S
tate of, Jens Jacobson late of
the town of Crescent, County of
Logan, State of Oalahoma, de
All persons having claims
against said Jens Jacobson, de
ceased, are required to present
the same, with the necessary
vouchers to the undersigned,
duly appointed and qualified Ad-
ministrator of the Estate of said
deceased, at The Farmers and
Merchants Ban* in the Town of
Crescent, County of Logan and
State of Oklahoma, within four
months of the date herei f, or the
same will be forever barred.
Dated the 26th day of July
From The Dover News.
An auto truck loaded with cas-
ing for the Keil oil test passed
thru here last Friday. The cas-
ing was orought from Blackwell.
The 'electric light line from
Enid to,Hennessey is nearing
completion and will probably be
put into commission about Au-
Francis Borelli sold a
yearling Shorthorn bull to
ham and Nave, of Lovell,
week. Mr. Borelli realized $'200
for the animal.
Nearly all the shock threshing
was finished last week and the
machines will now oegin on the
stacked grain. The weather uas
been ideal for threshing.
Luke McLuke says the bone
dry law is beginning to take ef-
fect in Kansas, a man up there
having seen a snake eighteen
feet long and six inches in diam-
eter. Luke didn't say whether
or not the man was fortunate
enough to be bitten by the rep
tile, but any way the fellows
around Dover say they can't even
chase up a little garden snake,
List of Letters
The following list of letters re
main unclaimed in the Post Offi
ce at Crescent Okla , for the week i
ending July 30, 1917.
W. J. Davis. Mrs. Emma Dietx,
First National Bank, Miss Velma
Horton, Mrs Willie May Jones,
Miss Ella Peppers, Mrs. Ellen
If unclaimed the above will be
sent to the Division of D*>ad let
ters Auk.. 18. 1917.
W. A. Prince, Postmaster.
OBJECTS OF FOOD CON-
"1. Full inquiry into available
stocks of foods.
"2. Inquiry into actual costs
and practices of producing and
"3. Prevention of hoarding °f
and speculation in foodstuffs.
1 "4 Requisition of food pup-
(pliee ani equipment for hand-
ling them when necessary.
( "5. Prohibition of wasteful
I uses of food."— Herbert Hoover.
A few pecks of fall-crop poia
toes will provide seed for next
Family Dr says-. Our Beauty Preparations
will help you to have pearly teeth,
clear skin and abundent beautiful
THEN YOU WANT TO COME AND GET OUR "BEAUTY"
PREPARATIONS. THEY CONTAIN NO HARMFUL INGRED-
IENTS AND WILL GIVE VIGOR TO YOUR HAIR. SOFT
NESS TO YOUR SKIN. AND SWEETNESS TO YOUR
BREATH. HER HAIR AND COMPLEXION ARE THINGS A
WOMAN SHOULD NOT NEGLECT. IT IS SO MUCH EAS
1ER TO ••PREVENT" HAIR FROM FALLING THAN TO RE-
STORE IT WHEN IT COMES OUT. SKIN CAN BE-KEPT"
SOFT EASIER THAN MADE SOFT. LET US FURNISH YOUR
TOILET ARTICLES AND PREPARATIONS: THEN YOU
CAN "RELY" ON WHAT YOU BUY.
Oldfasbioned burr ground corn
meal manifactured by the Guth-
rie Cotton oil Company. The
best to be had. We also do
custom grinding, 17tf.
The man who burns his straw
stack is guilty of two otlenses.
In the first place, be destroys
that which will help win the war,
that is, forage for farm stock; in
the second place, he deprives
himself of a source of profit.
The Bank of Crescent
The Farmers' Friend
If you have money we want it. If you want
money we Uave it.
WM. BROWN. Pres. EDjSTOBAUGH, Cashier
JOHN STINSON, Vice-Pres.
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Hubbard, Ernest L. The Logan County News (Crescent, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 2, 1917, newspaper, August 2, 1917; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc287299/m1/4/: accessed January 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.