The Lincoln County Journal. The Stroud Star. (Stroud, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 25, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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Hoi! Hotter! ? Hutted'! ?
Th* M-A'etter coal Held has al>| ^ *bo» in town tbit week
r^ady yielded a* reach coal this yeat ... ~~ 7T T““" ,
........ y 1 P»d you see the eclipse last night.
at It did during the entire season'
last year. Read Mr Bally's letter on another
T'U" ,arm‘"V’*A Mr. cl Davenport, d.rj
J. C. Bo„., Ui, Mod-lay.
disc. One or all.
.... .'HI. A r*. Kj
Labor day plans are being discus- jn Vimta. 1 T
sed in most of the newspapers. Ok-
Mrs. K. E. (itlluwjy is visiting
lahoma s sturdy ranks will present J. P. Kreshour drove down below Wednesday
a wonderful spectacle at the appoin- the Agency today,
ted time. —
-■— — — I E. E. Emery drove over to Shaw
City this week.
New hay is selling at
ton on the street.
Pred Cole, who is working in Ok-
lahoma City, is at home t.iis week.
-The Royal Neighbors will have a
picnic tonight out at .he * • ruff farm.
Ab Germ and Earnest Bur!
tended the picnic at Rocky
Money to loan on farms from 6 to nee Tuesday evening.
7 per cent, according to the amount ---
with no commission in advance.
Orion Rich. Stroud. Okla.
Miss Grace I.ur.tn U *a
cation this week from her
the Leader store.
Phillip Lcvallcy and family
visiting in Lawton.
Strayed or stolen—One printer,
with various iccomplishments, answ-
ers to name of Mart Cook. Finder
can have same by paying for this
Burn, on Wednesday aiternoon to
Mr. and Mrs Parkhurst. a boy.
Omer McKowti made
Mrs. M. K. l.ipprrt and
went to Sapulp.t if t a
outing, lai»t Tuesday evrnin
Sam Price arcornp ir.ici
cattle to Kansas City last
a business i . . ,
trip tc Chandler U.i Monday. evc'“"K Jom S“U“
Money to loan on farms, at
per cent. You get your money when normal m Pottawatomie county
you sign the papers.
M. W. Lynch.
Harvey Hostetter is attending theL *r "* r A ' ■ l is
rmnt u„„..«_________ farm just west of town t
bil. Consideration, $4,
Elk a Disgraceful affair.
' Last Thursday afternoon J. W
I Lilly and Andy WhtMmore brought
** I in a young negro namrd Skelton,
charged with stabbing a man by the
name of Wilson, who. with his fan.-
ily, was traveling in a covered wag-
on A crowd of boys and hoodlums
gathered and angry demonstrations
an.l threats of hanging the negro
j were made, but the officers succeed-
k • ,*d I i0 Kr“‘"K h*m aboard the train.
*1,l , landed him in the county jail,
there to await action of the grand
ting a va- rury’
1 a t i -- s in! " * kn0W no,hln8 of the part leu-
lars of the case, but »t know of oth-
er cutting scrapes, and two murders,
child mi 1,1 1 Bis city, but no angry demonstra-
J weeks ! tions were displayed before. But
this being a poor, friendless negro,
some of the "would-be-capt,«ins-of-
• ir of industry" thought it smart to show
"uturday their prejudice by trying to bang
Messrs. Lilly and Whittinore. or
any other officer who does his sworn
•k scld his
After the meat trust has been
broken up by everybody refusing to
eat meat, everybody will go bare-
footed to b.ist the shoe trust, of
Insurance of all kinds: Fire,
Lightning, Hail, Tornado, or Cy-
clone, on all kinds of property.
Cheap as all Union Companies.
M. W. Lynch.
Mrs. Handout—“If I give you
your dinner will you carry a ines-
s ige over to the next village for
mer Tired 1 iin—“Wid pleasure,
mum. Where is yer motor-car?
PEACH SEED WANTED
We will pay $1.00 per nundred
pounds for your peach seed.
Yarbrough & Hadley
Tom Tull is eipected home with a
car load of horses the last of tb-- j
Don’t forget to go out and hear
T. P. Gore Saturday night in the
A1 Laffoon, of Skiatook, I T.,
was visiting home folks here the
first of the week.
Workmen are busy putting in a
cement walk on the south s.de oi
A’est 4th street.
The city has put in a cement cros-
sing between Presson’s store and A.
Carlock’s saloon .
duty and upholds the law, should be
! encouraged by the people of the
left this toWf'. -*nd if our city authorities had
•ling in *' rested three or four of the “would-
settling * colonels” and lined them for dis-
turbing the peace of the city, they
would have received more respect
R. A Morrow, who hasbernquite from the law abiding citizens,
sick at his home southwest of town, | — --- - -
is able to sit up, and his friends hope The Contest—The Final Word
A) Laffoon and family
morning for a month's
Kansas and Colorado i<ei _
down at Skiatook.
A Square Deal
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natlo you hear,
protest from thr
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tug hulled at
that Uklahoma i
We have just
of pure apple vt
which we will •
. itai.tee for
t *L l.i limn.i v
•* the «vn.
ter iiiigmi nr
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tin* cIlMltce. *#
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nut Ik* nunlc
Ins If ‘' tlr \
I N. Hall, a
In*. Co., wtite*
• u s» Paul
hi.-i»i p m
•til «lasses of
"it y and
buys School Bo
• ' •) Cr* 4
for his speedy recovery.
Dr. E. E. Lumrn and Austin I.umm
were called to Missouri the first of
the week on account of the death of
their father, who lived at Stewarts-
This is the last week the standing
of the contestants will be published
and from this time on no one will
know how the other one stands until
the votes are counted. Some one
I will get a fine piano and no doubt
| there will be some surprises at the
Oh, for one of those gentle show-
To St. Louis
On sale June
limit October J
other coast ->nc
( special round t
News is very scare in these parts on sale. June
Chas. Hilderbrand. Oscar Pres- CIUi Everything has been done to
5c per bunch for old
a? the Journal office.
THE CHILDUrrj’G FAVORITE TONIC.
BEWAFC cr inrTATICftS.
THE GENUINE PnCl'nA ED OILY BY
Ballard-Snov/ Liniment Co.
b~. - ■ rvio.
Burton’s Drug Store
A. Chapman, -our fruit man. is 1 in Masonry conferred uDon them in
shipping 30 crates of peaches a day 1 Chandler last Saturday night.
to the northern market. I--——
^ Notwithstanding the hot weather
J. E. Schubel will ship his teamdhe past week, Stroud has been ex-
recently traded to Henry Hall, to tremely lively in the way of a rough
North \ iew, Mo., today. |house as we have heard of upwards
A freight wreck just west of tow., | ^ "* ***“ ‘aS‘ ”*• Sure-
caused the delay of all trams se,e,.! ' “re goln« somg-
al hours yesterday afternoon.
and Mr. Greenwood, all of i rnakc this a square deal. Next
Stroud, had the royal arch degree; Wednesday morning the box will be
Frank Rush, of St. Louis, is visit-
ing his lather and mother, I. W.
Rush and wife, of this place
Dr. Guthrie and wife.
Ills., are visiting their
Mrs. V/. G. Pardoe, at this plate
Uncle Dave Harding was cutting
the weeds down around the Christ-
ian church this morning. Uncle
I Dave is quite a h indy man and looks
j after and takes pride in keeping up
of Sparta, i church property,
placed in the First National Bank
and all voting after that time will
be at that place under the charge of
a responsible man.
For good and sufficient reasons the
judges that were selected to count
the ballots have resigned. There-
fore each contestant will be given
the privilege to nominate one person
to fill the office of judge. All nom-
inations should be in our hands be-
fore Tuesday evening, July 30.
Don t send in a nomination unless
you know they will act.
Bring in all coupons before the
last day as there will be a rush at
as it is so hot.
Kenneth Young took
East, at one a
round trips on
30th. Final li
dition to these
en to all ineetii
Quite a number were at the ball
game Saturday evening, but I was
unable to hear which side was the
winner. I guess both.
Uncle Take Findlay was a Sunday !'° points in
and Monday visitor at Chandler. i where a throuj
I purchaser. C;
Sunday-School was well attended ! formation or at
last Sunday with about 95 reported
This office h
produces lino re»ults In 30 d«j*. It nets
powerfully and quickly. Cures when others fall,
i ounu men can retrain their lost manhood and
olo men mav recover their _____
| Mr. Isaac’s team became unman-! C ^ ^ there Wl11 not be time
ageable last Tuesday evening as the i l° th<?m bef°re the dosin^ of
A Mr. Morrison, of Si. James,! family was coming to town and ran 1 ballot b°X' Remember the vot-
Mo , is here organizing a branch of jaw-ay, throwing the occupants out
jI t-^le ^oemcn lodge, of Dcs Moines (and badly mashing the carriage.
*owa• 1 Mrs. Isaac was badly bruised, but,,
Mr. w a n i i , I fortunately no bones were broken.
Mrs. W. A. Carlock, who went to
Colorado last week, wrote back to Last Wednesday Mrs. Bertha
W. A. that it was snowing when she McIntosh, who lives in the territory,
^0t 1 ere‘ ___ j just east of here, accidentally shot;
C. L. Wood, the miller, says he !a b°le through her han^ w'th a 38
will put in a big stock of flour, bran, i revolver- The doctor was
and mill stuff, and make some prices Ca ed’ Wh° dressed the v;ound and
” — — iiiiiiiuuun
moves Nervousness. Lost Vitality, Sexual
Weakness such as I.ost Power. Faidntr Memory
VVastintf Diseases, and effects of self-abuse or
excess and indiscretion, which uniits one for
study, business or marriape. It not only cures
liV ttnrtl rirr at thu coni :_____ .. .....
that will get the customers.
We understand that Burl Stevens
.the patient is getting along nicely.
The man Baker who was arrested
has sold his farm southwest of town ad°u‘ two weeks ago charged with
to an Iowa man for S4,500. Mur- bitinS a man’s ear while in a
ray & Isaac did the trading. at Stroud the 4th, had a prelim-
—-—- i inary Monday and was bound over
;—-------- - ““‘"-w. mu omy cures The Rebekah lodge gave an Ice J to the grand jury in the sum of S500
by starting at the seat of disease, but is a emit r', c • 11 -W , tt ,
nerve tonic ami blood builder, br in pine ’ f ream social last Tuesday evening He gave the bond —Publicist
order. It was well patronized.
ing will stop at 13 o’clock and un-
less you are there before that time
you will be shut out.
Below is the report of their stand-
ing to date :
Miss Katie Parris
W. L. Bridenstine.
Miss Grace Lumm
Miss Ethel Taylor
Mrs. Louis Whitt.
Bro. Brown, of Western Oklaho-
ma, preached at the church Saturday
night, Sunday, and Sunday night to
a good crowd of interested hearers.
It takes J. B. Black and J. A.
Hoffman to trade hogs. If you
don’t believe it ask C. W. Young.
Mr. and Mrs. Bowers visited at
Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman’s Sunday.
Our telephone is still being pushed
to the front. The wire is ordered,
and the work is being laid out as
fast as our other work will permit.
Several are haying this week. The
hay is fine and the present weather
is the kind for hay time.
J. A. Wet
D. C. Farrii
ger agent. Ok!
Or F. E. Cla
ger agent, Wh
« I risco.
•'•jit 30. Final
• tale points,
' ii fare for
u to Sept.
’ 1. In ad-
it ; are giv-
, ply of tickets
. v beneficial to
is !oi full in-
18,4 75 votes
. 5,650 votes
J. M. Campbell...... 500 votes
. , , a,,« »*wuu uQiiui r.
back the pink glow to pale < < ana re-
storing the Hr© of youth* It wards ofT ap-
proaching disease. Insist on having ICKVIVO,
io other It can be carried in vest pocket. Hv
mail. $1.00 per package, or six for $*».Oo, We
pive free advice and counsel to all who wish it,
with guarantee. Circulars free. Address
ROYAL MEDICINE C0.# Marine Bldg., Chicago, III.
tfurrciT.s Drug Store
The Lincoln County Fair associa-
tion should receive the support of all
the people. The consolidation of the
two associations removes the last
obstacle to a succesful fair. Every
farmer can well afford to take a $10
share and the law prohibits any one
from taking more ; all are equal and
no one controls. Let everybody join
so,, ;sS;: a,^„ “d h'ip mai7ii»“ —
The famous funnel a! the water, been here for the past two weilrs vfs “ “ * f°'C'ful *0
plan, fails to give suffidett, water 1,ing Mrs. HickW, -Chandler Tribune.
and consequently the supply of wat- mother. Rev. and Mrs R H Tones ,Pn„r , w
er is cut off about half the time. ,left las, Satnrdav for Old Mexico' “ ,
- ' u -Mexico, The authority on fashions of
Henry Hall was called home to 1 hey expe';: ;° make their fu‘
Items From Four Points
The dry weather has cut the corn
crop short and will be cut shorter if
it doesn’t rain soon.
Cotton is standing the dry weath-
er all right and is putting on lots of
Fred C. Brown gave a party at
his home the 19th.
Bro. White filled his appointment
G. W. Herrin has 35 acres of corn
in which the stalks will average from
one to three ears to the stalk.
Louis Whitt has laid by.,his cotton
and is resting up to begin picking by
j Oct. 23. ’ " |
C. D. Brown and several others
! started 'or Arkansas last Sunday to
.or •. us.jrjL
t H. E.
'SJ.Sr £ i
North View, Mo., last Friday owing
to the sickness of his little child Fe
T~* ’'r *r> a f v-.; —Cx
i v f •:
uV-' 3 t ^l.- .1 . \ F ft. \ . *4
A fftv do ,»e ,,f f>.:« ri-’lio<lv will ii;-
v.-irintily t ure an ordinary uttMi-k of
It e u :iltvny« J>e deje-tided nj»ori, t
,-veti in t • no.re severe a tracks of ■
r i"ip e<di.- ni <1 cholera morbus.
It |« equally sttecessfnl f. r siliutner
Marrhtca ai"l el: dera infantum in
Sdrei). a: 1 is ?b- liieH’.sof savit g
tii- lives t f many children ea h year
'Alien reduced with water and
ir-et-nol it i- |iteasant t*» take.
'.,vi i man of n laniily slnmld keep
rei -e iy in |,ish-.ine Bnyit n«.w,
t ai, . v. L\rge Size. 5«c.
Htrioi'- Drt( Srjre
Rev. Vv alter Bilby and family
writes back that the babe is oetter. ; ,
(moved oowa from Missouri last
The little 3-year-old chilri of Mr.
Gayhart, who took sick with measles
some time ago, died Tuesday morn-
Abel Bryant has got lots of cotton
blooms and crab grass.
New Idea Woman’s Magazine says
in her article in the August issue
that it is a well recognized fact in
the modish world that some one ar-
E. W. Carr, an implement man of | Thursday a"d are living in the Bil- ’monopolizes
Chandler, has rented the old Stroud by ProPerty Just- west of town. Rev. ‘ . P. and lm'
^ ^ ....... BUby resigned his charge in the Mis- j Lar it7s the sLZl ^' f Jesse Taylor visited Fred Brown
souri conference owing to broken . P<1 raP’ ^,om Sunday.
andwii: res, ud during the !hT,bTCM,'e y W “d f"°hinS
rummer, and then emetine evaLe- ,h°uld" farf °' sillt a"d chif-
fon, to the cloaks and capes of cloth,
lace and pongee. This season ev-
ery linen frock should have its sep-
< ■! cha rge. J
Trading Co building and is putting
in a stock of buggies ana implements.
Success to him.
Miss Mary White, principal of
the Stroud schools, was looking af-
ter school matters here the first of
listic field this fall,
i he McAlester Capit
the week. She returned to her home tke Peo?le of Oklahoma are
in Sparks today. .irmly convinced that it will not be
The new gin in the south part of
town is being rapidly pat up and w:.l
be ready for business by the time
the season opens. This will rrat-
f. -ted gins for Stroud.
necessary to have their
adorned with vigr. ?,tes
Flynn and Bird McGuirt
in a true-love kr.and
•he mysteriou signaiur-
Bixbv in ora-r to ret r
K *d with
arate jacket, tailored with the same
care as m.ladis’ cloth suits, and ev-
en over lingerie waists are worn fas-
inating little boleros of exquisite
handkerchief linen and lace. These
are described in detail, and grace-
ful drawings shew the use cf appro-
priate patterns in a variety cf at-
Endeavor was well attended
The ball game between Mud (
lege and Ragalles resulted in a
1 of 20 to 6 in favor of
A. P. Adams’ little
been very si s but is be
j KILLthz couch
j vm CURE the LUNCS
. sail* s
Insurance of all hind
•Zuii.u.p, **a-« ar.a i orm .
Su. *st and U
LTJ, or 360N •
10Y Pries I
cOc A St.00 !
I ze Trial. '
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Hubbard, J. H. The Lincoln County Journal. The Stroud Star. (Stroud, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 25, 1907, newspaper, July 25, 1907; Stroud, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc405120/m1/3/: accessed January 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.