The Lincoln County Journal. The Stroud Star. (Stroud, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 20, 1908 Page: 3 of 8
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nil. IJXini.N COt'NfY JOl'K.NAL Klil* 20 p> -
The Old Court hot
The Ui*lrici court «tn» mtivrij
the first uf (he tseck (u ihr
lie * ii»ui( house anil mill (In*
transfer tlirol.l court honsr
cr/uc* to lie u*ei| for puhlic
imrpOMl, ami %\ill noun l»e re-
moved by the purcliaver to n
farm. With it *111 disappear a
landmurk which )m« heen the
tenter of ofticiul Imimih-«h and
laditiral nrtiviiiea in this coil ity Main street- A Imry tin if Mild
for the part idlrrn year* aoon. Impiire of or writ” to
internain# history has A Daggett, Davenport Oklu
ah. mid. in intere.tin>: remiiii*.! j4IUli AluoU rv(Ufnrd ^UtUy
rentes characteristic of th*Uvrn.n* from a vuit at hit home In
time, thiough *luch we have Commerce, Tea.
, a»M-d —L handler New*
line farm, one mile went ol
school house on |
J- K Sinuhan of the l.eaihr
Store. M lilunirnthal who is
inunujf'r 'of the leader at
ll'raj^ue and l.ouis
Five husinesH lota three on
lirst street, twoon vecond street M^""rr
Rraideuce and cijjlit lots on
I Shawnee are ill St houil this
I week Imyin^ pnn|» lor the
building Mis* Marv ileinmiiij; went to
The lirst court house building I.aw ton Tuesday.
brick veneered mruclutr ________
The i‘ri»co is
Crow cirs now.
Mr» Jennie Ward
• ick with tiie »rip.
«| III tc
Koe Wil-on went to Sapulpa
I'ue>day on tm-iucss.
siandiu)> opposite wliere the
Masclio building' now stands
It was erected by L J Kalklosh
and the upper floor was dona-
ted f *r the use of the counts
tiie first year, (l*U-jr?nl live
1 he following year the owners
< this huihlmj' asked
for the rent ol the county ot-
hers. « apt -mberg, L A jielso
amt Benom .r«. hither of th
p •vnt county clerk ere then
on the kim i I i i o in hi ism rn-i >.
hiuI they concluded that they
could erect a
than was »ke.l for a|Tu„d ,tudy sprj„a suit* 1 —
year's rent They asked for!in ' * * 1 ^
bids and let a contract to T.
The lunerul of Mrs Tom lid-
wards, who died kridav occur-
ed last Stiturdav at the home
hi South Stroud. Kev. A tl.
Murray omciating. The family (
has I .feu in >u mill only mImmiI
two months having moved I
here from Texas.
Dr J. L*. Barton, Oner M rrCown
W II Morrav .1 .a j. hi. Mutny
iepre .ciilcu Sirouu .it u,e drmcci.it-
1 ‘ CO.IV. MIIJll .it 1 ll.lidler taSl Ski-
's Jondahl was in
homa ily t he hr»t
week on business.
Ada Stephens and laurel.
Holding for less , y\roocjs Went to Oklahoma City I
The Cause of Many
of th There is n •list-use prevailing in this
1 1 ’ ewimtry most daiii't iuus ln-riiii-i-tudvcrj*-
r. I live. Many Midden
dentils are caused
r< l ,,v ii
J. Taylor, then register of
deeds, for the building of the
conrt house for a little over
51,000 The jail was built at
the same time. When the cy-
clone, occurcd in March, 1807,
Mrs Chas. Warner ol Tulsa
came in Monday to visit with
her son Silas Reece south of
] .in tmiom.i,
ajKiplew are often
the n.•:.It of kid-
ney disc:.' c. If
kidney trouble is
■ allow 11- ’advance
* the k I tic \ -jMiison-
________ —ws. cd klootl will at- ,
tack the vital organs, cam ig catarrh of 1
the Madder, or the kidneys themselves
break down and waste away cell by cell.
bladder troubles al:no. t always result
from a derangement of the kidneys and
a cure is obtained quickest by a proper
i' \i n„ii treatment ofthekidm's. If von arc feel-
(.- Murray and Dell iwg badly you can make no'mistake b
tile upper story of the court
house was carried away, hut Nicho,S went to Oklahoma City takingbr. Kil -cr's Swamp 'loot, the
Tn.crl-j <• af»«n/l fk- l.J.r brC.lt Uld.lt , . 1 \ l X .till 1 bl.. I.IUClls.
It corrects ir:u>i:.;y to lu.id urine and
scalding path in j . i r; it, and over-
comes that tin; lea. .ait ir e. - . i:■ < f being a.
compelled to go often tiirony'i t':c day,
and to get up many linn , <l-.: iiig the
nbjlit. 'i hc ini". 1 tu: 1 the i -.tiaonlinary ,
ch'ei t of bwatii--Uo' -t i *■• >:i r iii. ! !«
Il t(l Tuesday to attend the big
Methodist Convention in session
< utility Treasurer Clam
taken out tornado insurance
f >r the county; and the build- there lI,is wcek‘
ing was repaired out of the in- -
mi ranee money
In the nfteen years that the
• ourt house has been in use
there have been more than
thirty terms of court held, and
hundreds of violaters of law
have been tried and sent to
prison from this old building.
The taxes that have been
collected by the treasurer while
his office was in this bui ding
have amounted to millions of
dollars. The marriage licenses
issued within its walls have run
up into thousands; hundreds
of couples have been married in
the old office of the probate
judge; and scores of divorces
have been granted in the same
. building. Hundreds of home-
s ead'TS have made their final
proofs there. It has been the
clearing house for county busi-
ness. During the past fifteen
years the old court house has
been the meeting place of most
of the county conventions and
many of the political gather-
ings. Many euccessful politi-
cian* have made their debut in
the little old court room, and
rot a few ambitious ones have
had th’ir aspirations nipped
in tile bud by unappreciative
delegates. '1 here have been
stormy scenes, exciting contests i
and outbursts of enthusiasm j
in some of these gathciings.
■ ennis T. Klvnn, tiie Tee
homes congressman, bird \ie-
C it ire, the statehood delegate,!
and our present senators, 1
(lore and Owen, have all spok-
en in the court room. It h. s
been used for religious revivals
amateur theat.icals. f r lodge
meetings, for ag-icultural ex-
hibitions', for public gatherings
and for social functions ******
While we are all glad to
witness the change from the
old building to the new, there
are many who will recall the
memories suggested by the
old—some with pleasure and
some with regret, jts liisto v
Verdict for Dr. Pierce
Ladies* Home Journal.
Sending truth after a lie. It is an old
maxim that "a lie will travel seven
leagues while truth is getting its boots
on,” and no doubt hundreds of thousands
of good people read the unwarranted and
malicious attack upon I)r. II. V. Pierce
and his "Favorite Prescription ” published
In the May (l'.KM) number of the Ladies’____
Home Journal, with its great black dis- J bottb-
plav headings, who never saw the hum-
ble. groveling retraction, with Its incon- j
spicuous heading, published two nmnilis
later. It was boldly charged in the sland-
erous and libelous article that Dr. Pierce’s
Favorite Prescription, for the cure of
woman’s weaknesses and ailments, con-
tained alcohol and other harmful ingredi-
ents. Dr. Pierce promptly brought suit
against the publishers of the Ladies’
Home Journal, for $2()0,000.(X) damages.
Dr. Pierce alleged that Mr. Kok, the
editor, maliciously published the article
containing §tich false and defamatory
It stands the highest lor ii., v.oiulorfui [i
cures of the most d! trio ;::y cases.
Swamp-Root is pleasant t > ’. .he and is
sold by all dru«;/»ists i:t f. tv-cunt and K
onc-dollar ri/.e bottle.-. Y< u may have a *
sample bottle of this wonderful new dis- i ij
cowry and a booh that tells all about it, '5
both sent free by mail. Address, Dr. ICil- jG
mer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When ; '
writing mention reading this generous i*
offer in this paper. Don’t make any i ^
mistake, but remember the name,Swamp- 1
Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the i
address, Binghamton, N. Y., on every
"V'1 yF Tff* SIJV/
KILL the COUGH!
and CURE the LUNGS;
other foj'inous. or habit-forming, drugs i < ftfwpflij, THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES,
are. or y.-er were, contained in his —
voriti’ yeMTiptionthat said medicine!
is mady fpftm native medicinal roots and 1
contaihs/iio harmful ingredients what-
even/a/d that Mr. JJok’s malicious state- i
me/yr were wholly and absolutely false. I
____•t.lon printed by sa iit 111||rn:;[ i
they were forced to acknowledgelliiTit|iey
j Cl *13 All AN TEE X) SATISFACTOB1
1 OP. MONEY REFUNDED.
ycriution/l frorn Diniiipnt. cnfeiiii^ts1 ^11 of
\vhoni cT7rLfflrTI~Tn11 it. di7i lint p/inta it ‘
ccjhQlQiiiifLy^jf the alloi^ed»F»armfi^l drupl
These facta'weue also proven In initflaloT
the action In the Supreme Court. But the
business of Dr. Pierre was jrreatly injured hy
the publication of the libelous article with
its great disi a.v headings, while hundreds of
thousands who read the wickedly defamatory
article never saw tiie humble groveling re-
traction. set in small type and mafic* as incon-
spicuous as possible. The matter was. how-
ev r brought before a jury in tiie Supreme '
Court of New Vork Sta’e which promptly |
rendered a verdict in the Poeior’s ‘ favor.
Thus Ids traducors came to grief and their
h.w>c sluiitiers were refuted.
thc cm;.r>r:c;rs favo^tl tonic.
BSWA*»E CF IUITA7IONS.
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Hubbard, J. H. The Lincoln County Journal. The Stroud Star. (Stroud, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 20, 1908, newspaper, February 20, 1908; Stroud, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc405208/m1/3/: accessed August 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.