The Lincoln County Journal. The Stroud Star. (Stroud, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 3, 1908 Page: 3 of 6
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The Lincoln Co Journal
l'ulili«hr<l wrckly by
Mi*»ion l,re*< I'ublulim^ Co
M Rattham has been elected I
to till the place in the public schools
vacated by Harvey Hostetler, re*
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Leases (or Sale.
Pence si.oo per year
If you want 11 k<mm| HHr •-
cultural lca»- in Creek County
Advertising rates 10cents per inch ia|| ur write.
K L. I bake.
De|>c\v Ok la.
N. E Shephard and son were in
Davenport Thursday on business.
single column. Local readers 5
cents per line each insertion. Dis-
counts given an 50 inches or 100
lines or ovet
Misses Lila Krynolds ami Maine
Cunningham and Messers Will Coo* On last Friday ntght a tew ot [
p-r and Albert Reynolds ot Buxtow the near neighbors called on Mrs
spent Thanksgiving in Stroud. J. P. Shafer and called her attention
— •-- to her fifty.fourth birthday The
Miss Daisy Kirk and Mrs Jose- evening was spent visiting, and cot-
phine Frazier arrived the first ot the fee and cake were served. Atter
ween to spend the winter with their the crowd had left, several nice
siit-r, Mrs. Underwood, J miles presents in chinaware were noticed
we.toftown. 1 on the table, which will recall her
-— mind to Ihe esteem in which her
The neatest designs in veil and 1 neighbors hold her for many yearr.
biooth pins. Gordon
All parties recievirig statements
from the Ramoma
Highest Class China-
Hand Painted and
Cut Glas Ware
McHillen H’dware Co.
Everything in the Hardware Line
llemlqiiiirter* for tin- futnmn "I’olnr Hair Flour."
Ami any! U O 2 C their premium*.
CITY DRUG STORE.
A full tine of Drug*, School Hook*, ami St Itool Supplies,
Hook*. Magazines, ami Stationery
My Patrons Sleep Well!
Krai K«Uir ExchanK*, Loans, Invraimrnta
Insurance and Kenting
Satisfaction Guaranteed. Special attention given to ull lines
Yours lor business
Phones; Office. 2 Home 166 1-2 STROUD. OKLA.
The Presbyterian young people
are pi rased to assure you >hat Mr.
Woodruff's entertainment is high
class and bound to please. At the
opera house Dec. 8. Reserved seats
on sale at DeSmith’s drug store the
7th. Call early and secure choice
Light Heat and
Power Co. wi.l please call at the O K
| plumbing shop tor settlement.
A. B. Hetticb
The Bazaar and dinner given by
the ladies of the Christian church
Wednesday was succssful to the ex-
tent of clearing over $50
I want to buy every fat hog in
Lincoln County—W A. Holder, at
the Oil Mill.
Watches from $1.00
(1 irdons Jewelry Store.
to $75 at
I you are hungry for an OYSTER
STEW call on the ladies of the M.
E Church next Saturday, Dec. 5th.
Tiiey will serve in the second room
w-st of the Carr implement si ore.
The oil mill and the gins were
farced to shut down Monday part of
the day because the gas was cut off
the main line while a leak was being
People who were on the streets
Thanksgtving afternoon were enter-
tained by a spectacle as novel as it
was disgusting—a husband and wife
quarreling over the possession of
their little child.
Town Marshal Ward Lycan was
called to Joplin, Mo , on Thinks-
giving day by a telegram announcing
the serious illness of his mother. He
reached her Friday morning just be-
fore she breathed her last. The
body was interred the following day
near Joplin and Mr. Lycan returned
home the first ot the week.
First Class Dressm iking.
Prices reasonable. Mrs. 1* W
Oscar Pressou was a Chandler
visitor the first of the week.
of all sorts at Alkire’s
O. G. Bailey is
home by sickness.
confined to his
Everyone buys toys at
The finest Christmas candies in
town at the Bon Ton.
Fri«co west bound trains were late
several days this week on account
of a bridge being washed out over
toe Verdigris river beyond Tulsa
necessitating a detour.
Greatly reduced prices on all
lines of Jewlery at Gordons.
Myrtle Bailey of the Journal of-
fice is off duty this week on account
Mr. Bert Gardener of Davenport
was a caller at N. E. Shackelford’s
last Monday night. Shackelford is
well 'known as an up-to-date shoe
man and Bert is his receiving agent
Women as Well as Men Are Made
Miserable by Kidney and
(’hrtstmas presents for everybody
at Moss & Ingall’s.
Faultless Flour is MaKing
For itself among discriminating
housewives. Those who have
used it are well aware of the
fact that it produces the best
How about your bread,
roll, pie and cake baking? Of a
surity it will be alright if you
use faultless flour.
Yarbrough and Hadley
When you buy “her" candy, get
good candy. The finest in town at
the Bon Ton.
The trial of Joe Lilly, charged
with robbing the Bulgarians near
Stroud about a year ago, was to
have occured this week but was
p stponed until next term of court
on account of the si'kness of one of
one of the witnesses.
Dr. Myers has left for his New
Mexico ''1aim to build a house and
m”l e oth r improvements that Uncle
Sam requires before he can give
• itle to it.
The Bon Ton has just received
choice line of Christmas candies.
Guns, knives, horns
at Alkire’s Rackkt.
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind,
vigor and cheerful-
ness soon disappear
when the kidneysare
- ■ i Decay of Building Stones.
A Bum Indictment. j Th,J ,a"s,,s ,,f <,,ri‘-v. ln
stones are various and depend on tne
The case of the State vs. Sarah physical structure of the stone. Its
:r) composition and the nature of the
surrounding at uioBphere. The most
destrue.lve agent to which the alone
la exposed Is rain or a moist at
mosphere, and also, In a minor de-
gree, wind, frost and smoke. The
air of large towns Is usually charged
with various deleterious acids; these
acids arc di. solved by ihe rain, which
penetrates the stone In u greater or
less degree according to Its physical
! giving bond, was given her libtrty. 1 structure, and combines with tlie con-
1 stituents of the stone, causing It to
decay, so that any contrivance that
will check the admission of water will
he n o: t likely to succeed in airesting
Rasberry, charged with perjury
the Bulgarian robb-ry case, came
up for trial before Judge Maben
last Tuesday night. Attorney Fos-
ter, for the defense, demurred to
out of order or dis- the indictment and was sustained by
' Kidney trouble has j le court- As a result, Mrs. Ras-
become so prevalent j berry, who was being he] 1 in lieu of
that it is not uncom- 1
born afflicted with
■weak kidneys. If the
child urinates too often, if the urine scalds
the flesh, or if, when the child reaches an
age when it should be able to control the
passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wet-
ting, depend upon it, the cause of the diffi-
culty is kidney trouble, and the first . _ . • ,
step"should be towards the treatment of | Rasberry and Asktns trials that
these important organs. This unpleasant j Rasberry was at home from dark
trouble is due to a diseased condition of 1
It is expected that Hazel Mann who
is indicted on the same charge but
who has been out on bend, will also
be released. It will be remembered
th t these people swore daring the
the kidneys and bladder and not to a
habit as most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made miser-
able with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need tiie same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold
by druggists, in fifty-
cent and one-dollar
size bottles. You may
have a sample bottle
uiitil daylight during the night the
Bulgarians were h“ld up and robbed.
Santa Cl tus’ Headquarters at
I wonder if the preachers get as
bv mail free, also a Homo or swomp-Root. discouraged over their efforts tu re-
Rolland Langer and little nephew,
Joseph Langer, were down from
Davenpoit last Monday on business.
E W. Carr whose piano adver-
tisement appeared in Chandler
and Stroud for the last few weeks,
says that the answers to the prize
rebus are coming in fast from all
ail ov r the county. Mr. Carr is
a good advertiser and knows how to
do t to get results. A $400 piano
and $5,250 in other awards is worth
working for There are some ex-
tra copies of the rebus at the Jour-
nal office which may be had fer tne
W. W. Wilson and wife returned
Tuesday from an extended visit in
Kansas. Their arrival was a sur-
prise to the two sons, Roe and John.
pamphlet telling all about Swamp-Root
including many of the thousands of testi-
monial letters received from sufferers
cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and mention
this paper. Don't make any mistake,
but remember the name, Swamp-Root,
Dr. Kilmer’s Swamp-Root, and the ad-
dress, Binghamton, N. Y., on every
Santa Claus has his stock on dis-
play at Moss & Ingall’s store.
"The Blood is The Life.»
Science has never gone beyond th*
above simple statement of scripture. But
It has illuminated that statement and
give -1 a meaning ever broadening with
the increasing breadth of knowledge.
When the blood is "bad" or impure it
is not alone the body which suffer*
through disease. The brain is ala*
clouded, 'Hm ntind and judgement ara
effected, and'hvtny an evil deed or impure
thcA^ghtAgijjyst^SRrectly traced to the
impwAYof the bThoJ^ Foul. Impure bloo^
can be made mire hv t.l^e use nf
_____ Fierce’s Goldt n Medical Discovery.
,. j enriches and purities the Mood thereby'’
Nothing in the ring line but solid curing, pimples, blotches, eruptions and
form the world, asks a village
deacon If they do they are about
ready to give up. I have talked and
preached and pleaded and cussed,
but people will still insist on taking
babies to public entertainments.
Babies are the sweetest little things
in the world, but good judgment
be used in selecting places to show
them off. And I notice that when
Here’s a Fake.
An Englishman at the Waldorf was
boasting of the immense railroad trnf-
j 11c of his country, the speed of the
| trains, (he safety appliances, the
paucity of aecidmts and the vast ton-
I nage of the freight lines. Some of his
listeners were deeply impressed—as
most Americans are when a British
industrial captain speaks. But one man
in (lie group retorted: "I have been a
I student of English railroading for
many years, and agree with much you
have said, my lord; but I imagine you
t have not kept your eye on American
progress. Why, sir, we have coal
trains that are so long the engineer
lias to carry in his cab a powerful field
glass to see the caboose at the tail
end." llis lordship was much im-
pressed.—N. Y. Press.
Mrs. Grace Troxell, daughter of
Mt. and Mrs. Geo. Coffee, died at
the home of her parents last Satur-
day at 11 o’clock. Her little child, |the barber shfJP Saturday
, ... , , , ,. , night there are fellows ahead of you
born about two weeks ago, had died ” 3
,, * , j oo wh° mist have a hair cut and a
the previous day. Deceased was 22
shampoo. Then again, when you
gold at Gordons.
Stroud's foot ball game at
Iston Thanksgiving day was a close
one. The score was 5 to 2 in favor
of Wellston. The Wellston News
in commenting on the game said
that it was clean good natured one
on both sides and was
a goo i sized crowd,
the Stroud team say it
game if it did end in their defeat
and are looking forward with confi-
dence to the return game which is to
be played here Thursday, Dec. 10th
other cutaneous affections, as eczema,
tetter, or salt-rheum, hives and other
manifestations of impure blood.
Wei- J ® ® ® 9 ® 9
In the cure of scrofulous swellings, en-
larged glands, open eating ulcers, or old
sores, the "Golden Medical Discovery " has
performed the most marvelous cures. In
cases of old sores, or open eating ulcers,
it is well to apply to the open sores Dr.
Pierce's All-Healing Salve, which pos-
sesses wonderful healing potency when
used as an application to the sores in con-
junction with the use of "Golden Medical
Discovery" as a blood cleansing consti-
years of age. Funeral services were
conducted Sunday at the house by
Rev. \Y. M. Sexon and the body was
interred in the Stroud cemetery.
Mrs. Troxell grew to womanhood in
Stroud and had many friends here
who join with the grief-stricken fam-
ily in mourning her departure
was a good tutional treatment. If your druggist
don't hapfien to have the "All-Healing
Salve” in stock, you can easily procure it
by inclosing fifty-four cents in postage
stamps to Dr. R. V. Pierce, 063 Main St.,
Buffalo. N. Y., and it will come to you by
return post. Most druggists keep it aa
well as the "Golden Medical Discovery."
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You can't afford to accept any medicine
of unln'<im compoettfnH as a substitute
for "Golden Medical Discovery." which is
Reser- * in<-dicine or xxowx comtositios,
having a complete list of ingredients In
Closing Out Sole
of about 13450 apples and 1600
pear trees also peaches, cherry,
plum and grape vines.
Per - - 10, 50, 100, 1000
Apples $1.00, $4.0<>, $7 0(> $60.On
Pear 2.50 11.0O, 20.00
The entire lot m ist go by April
1st 1909. Nursery one block south
of depot. Write or call at Star
D. B. Garriott.
are engaged in a pr.vate conversa-
tion there is always some butinsky
floating around to come and stick
with you until your friend gets tired
and leav s. The game law should
be amended to take in butinsky the
same as p.airio chickens. Then it
would only cost you a dollar a year
to shoot them. I have started so
many reforms and hove had such
little lu k that I am goiru? to quit it.
Hereafter everything goes. It you
want to take a wagonload of babies
to the show, do it. It you have a
friend who nerds a haircut, pay him
to wiit until Saturday night Every
t;me you see two fellows talking
together, rush up and bjtt in. Har-
mony must prevail and I refuse to
be the lone kicker.
Those “Spy” Mirrors.
A woman from Philadelphia brought
to New York with her one of thus*
little spy window mirrors popular
down there because housewives can
look out from their sitting-rooms and
take in the identity of callers before
sending down word whether they are
at home. This bred-in-the-bone Phila-
delphian attached the mirror to a win
dow sill in her Brooklyn apartment
and proceeded to feel at home be-
cause of Its presence. Within a week
the owner of the apartment requested
her to take the spy mirror down.
“The people in the next flat com-
plain that you are trying to look into
their rooms,” the owner said.—New
Going Away Mister?
If so, talk to the nearest
Frisco Agent or, write to
Mr. C. O. Jackson, Divis-
ion Passenger Agent of
the Frisco at Oklahoma
City, Low winter tourist
rates to points in,
month to your old home.
A postal will bring prompt
St. L, and S. F. R. R.
No. 408 arrives........1 :05 P. M.
No. 410 arrives. . 6:55P.M.
No. 413 arrives . ... 8 :40 A. M.
j No. 407 arrives....... 3 ;40 P. M.
Let’s give the Endeavors a full
house for the Woodruff entertainmen4
You will be well entertained ar.d will
e > ourage the Young People
ved seats on sale at DeSmith’s drug on its h*
7i'a. Secure your se ts
xtn» t»-in* wmrrwt und»rnatL
Dr. Phtcw's Pinsant Wl»t» nvuliM
%iA invigorate stomach. Isveraod bowels
KILL the COUCH I
and CURE the LUNCSl
- KV A S100L
OLDS Trial BotV* Free
ANO ALL THROAT ASD LUNG TROUBLES.
OR 3CONET REFUNDED.
Natural Gas Fxpbsion.
Protect your property by a policy
with Mrs. Anna Newton against the
explosion of natural gas Your
property does not have to burn to
get the damage. She will pay for
damage by explosion, whether fire
ensues or not Phone 53.
J. W. Strouds Notice.
I will sell any or all property
I own in Stroud, or will trade
for good farm la"*
J. W ftroud.
You should see us before
you select a
Gas fitting is our business
and we guarantee
GATES & ROWLAND
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Hubbard, J. H. The Lincoln County Journal. The Stroud Star. (Stroud, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 3, 1908, newspaper, December 3, 1908; Stroud, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc405107/m1/3/: accessed October 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.