McLoud Sunbeam. (McLoud, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 1, Ed. 1 Friday, August 12, 1904 Page: 1 of 8
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McLoud, Pottawatomie Comity, Oklahoma, -Vug 12 DOT
■ «app«5iistys Of Ths Week.
Cool: uml Heating
i*I liter**. ,
stoves at cost a'
I'm.ii ,i mc eiis a.ill wife weie Ok- .
1 ahoma City visitors to day.
We 1 n• ai' that Newt Hodge.) as se-
emed the position of It. H agent at
MUs ( i-gio and Mabte Hollis arc
visiting in the Kiokapoo.
Port Hollis returned to Kdinond j
T ! jr3 lay after a weeks visit here,
One o! our most prosperous eiti-
. 1 ns ive understand willsoon eroet a
brick livery barn,
r.mmett Stevens and family now
oc upy their new home recently pttr-
eh used of H. ’J. Smith
To dose them out: Cool. Stoves
it id .tors -it cost, at Platers.
•. Andy Kelly of lenn, is visit-
ing hi • daughter Mrs. Sam Morrisett
i,: Hi Kiokapoo
Srt_.i and Hay Morrisett and famil
are visiting in Day county.
Morgan is at Dallas, Tex. on
business for a few days.
i . Stevens and wife loft Satur-
day for Covington, Tenn, on a visit.
h I, Smith and family now occu-
py the Deal property on 1st street,
J. Yantilo of Shawneo was a town
Cyclone insurance 26 c a hundred,
(id companies, Sec this oliico.
i S. Bocook base very sick child
The 15 year old daughter of Mrs,
Id y„ Johnson is reported ill this
Clifford Yoylos was thrown from a
burse this week breaking an arm,
Dr. Hill reports a fine baby girl
it lhe home of S, M, Truss,
Albert Hoiigesdeft Wednesday for
the east to be gone a few weeks.
Tom Cook is not sick as reported,
P. W. Voyles has been on the mar-
ket at Oklahoma City this week
with a lot of cattle.
John Howard was at Tecumsoh od
Monday and Tuesday,
Bud Cavett u as a Tecumseh visit-
M. A. Younkman paid Oklahoma
his regular trip the first of the week
Miss Dessie Carlton who has boon
visiting her unc'.e J. A. Carlton here
t he past week returned to her homo
at Oklahoma City Sunday.
Call and see my roofing if you want
something that is the best. C. Hast,
George M harry paid Welleton a
business visit Tuesday.
Mrs, Jim Waldrip Is visiting Men
ils in the Ktckapoo.
W. J. Norris was a business visit-
er at Oklahoma Citv Tuesday,
Walter Franklin is taking in the
sights of the World s Fair this week
Dr, J. I, hj oh left for Humings-
ville. Mo, Sunday to be gone a rew
weeks. He will also visit the Fair be-
Bring in that wood you have pron
!sed so long, we nqed it badly.
The oil well at this place has
been abandoned lor the time leing,
the machinery is being taken to lied
Arthur Coie is visiting In the Kick
apoo this v eck.
Frank Uouth came out from Ok!a
homa City.Saturday and sport the
bay witii friends.
Charles Huy:.- transacted business,
kt Hurrah tt f'rrtol the weei..
'i he bast Hour in town at Seiklo-.
i'mmett Craddock ami son Harper
left for StLouis Thur-duy,
C, F. Kohler spent Sunday at Shaw
liichard Hayes came up from liar-
L. B, Heliker returned home from
Kansas City the 1st oi the week.
Mrs. Saunders the milliner is at
the whoiosalo house at Oklahoma
city this week,
Charles Davie of Shawnee is here
Mrs, Sarah Handles of the liieka-
poo left for Anadarko, O. T. this
Asbestos Hoofing See Hast.
The Kickapoo ball team was dofea
ted by the Brown boys at Dale Sun-
day by a score of 6 to 2,
Mrs. J. K, Sherman left Wednes-
day for Now York to yieit her son
Boy who will soon leave for China
on the battle ship Kentucky.
.Mr, J. A. Gilliland the jolly pro-
prietor of Hotel Florence was a bus-
iness yisitor at Oklahoma City Mon-
Kincannon Cavett is on the sick
list this week.
Guns repared and made good as I
new at See Hast,
Lizzie J. Cavett the wife of J, F.
Cavett is quite ill this week.
Mr. Gilliland has built an addition
to the Hotel Florence that he might
mor e properly care for his large in-
V. N. Makoske has a fine pool
room on the rear of the Hub Saloon
open from 6 to 12
For the next 30 days I am giving a
discount of 19per cent on all purch-
ases in my store. J. W, Hatfield tlie
Cook Stoves Cheap, at See Hast.
Lost Watch Chatelin Pin with blue
sets, Finder please return same to
Mollie Bourke and receive reward
To The Patrons of McLctui
Improved tho flavor
and adds ;e the health-
fulnccs of the .oed.
When outfitting for camp
always take Dr. Price’s Cream
Baking Powder for good
health and good food. It
makes the finest flapjacks,
biscuits and bread.
Never po Into the woods away
from a doctor with a cheap alum
bakiug powder in ttie outfit. You
want the best baking powder in
the world—and it is most eco-
nomical in the end.
Price Baking Powder Co., Chicago.
Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and
This remedy is'certain to be need-
ed in almost every home before the
summer is over. It can always be do
pended upon eyen in the most sev-
ere and dangerous cases, It iB espeo-
allv valuable for all summer disor-
ders in children, It is pleasant to ta-
ke and never fails to give, prompt re-
lief. Why not buy it now? It may
save life. Sold by Wann & Lyon,
litoling anti rust and wanentod to
laBt. Seee Hast.
You want Hail Insurance on that
I write all kinds of Farm Insurance
For The Farmers Mutual Co.
Come and See me at the New Rcs-
Cyclone and Hail.
Frank Brewer Agt
llrs: Clark & Go., the famous Jhi-
eflgo Specialists, will he in McLottd
at the Cottage Hotel Saturday Aug
l:?tli (one day only). Returning
Drs. Clark & Co., are the only re-
liable Specialists in OKlahoma. Reg-
ular graduates in medicine, 20 years
experience, more than 50,000 pati-
Chronic and Private diseases of both
s:\cs, Cures Guaranteed, Consul-
tation free and confidetttal. Mail
should lie addressed to liox 29
Tlte current issue of the Coming
Country, issued by the Pasehger Do
partment of the M. K. tt T. B y, St-
Kouis gives a very complete descript-
ion of the present day conditions and
tiie many advantages that tho South
west offers to the home seeker and In-
ner-tor, Thb Goverment 1903 crop and
live stock reports show tlint the
Southwest is in a very prosperous,and
ilortshing condition; The paper is very
attractively illustrated with farm and
live stock socni's. If you are contem-
plating a change and desire reliable
information relative to tlu: groat
secure a coppy by
Pass Agt, M. K, <£ T.
Fox 1111 St Louis, Mo.
What to do Until the Doctor Arrives
If it is a case of cole or cholera
morbus give Chamberlain’s Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and
you will have no need of a doctor.
Sold by Waun ift Lyon.
Special attention' is"called to the
new Blok Island trains Nos, 7 A:
leaving McLottd cast bound at 9:56
A, M. and west bound at 0:10 l1, M.
These trains are operated between
FtSmith, Ark and EIRcno, O, T. via
Wa ter, making connCetlcns at nearly
ill the most important* junction poti;
t«, and their addition to tiie Rbck
Island service will prove a great ac
comodation to the traveling public.
30 0 tilt' ■
j *'*<$!&* (v Hll ,
Foi the best, in Fresh New Groceries, Coll in
bnU scorn;- line. Goods Delivered Free.
Also a lull and complete line of Hardware at
Ketlii ■ prices,
0- fi PLATER.
Safeguard tho Children.
Notwithstanding all that is done
bv boards of health and charitably
inclined perJons, the death rate am-
onu small children is very high dur-
ing the hot weather of the summer,
months in tho largo cities. There is
not probably one.case of bowel com-
plaint in a hundred however, that
cunnot bo cured by Inc timely use of
Chamberlain's Col io,Cholera and Di-
arrhoea Remedy. Mr, Frank Higgs'of
I rankllnville N. Y. in speaking of
this remedy said, ‘1 have found it
expedient to have a supply of Cham-
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Dlari'b-
o a Remedy on hand It has been a
familt safeguard and while especial-
ly beneficial to children, it is equally
good in adult cases, l recommend
without reservation.' Sold by Wann
Having been elected to lake charge
of tlio.eduoatlonal interests in Mo-
Loud, 1 deem it proper to issue this
There Is no question that should so
interest a community as that of the
education of the children. For them
wo labor and endure the sacrifices of
life. They are committed to us to
train and prepare for usefulness and
h appiness. The position of teacher
is full of responsibility, and there can
he no well-grounded hope of success
without the full and hearty co-opera-
tion of those who have t lie immedi-
ate care of the children. A teacher
cannot instruct and lead the minds
of his pupils unless lie has secured
the love and respect of Doth pupil
and parents. We. therefore, invite
a cultivation, on tho part of parents,
of an Interest, personally In the
school work of McLoud, The inspira
Hon of the pupil begins at home.
The best recommendation a town
can offer Is an inducement to increase
population, is a wide-awake and pro-
gressive system of public free schools
Public sentiment has much to do
with the success or failure of sellouts,
MY, therefoie, invite close investiga-
tion as to methods and management
holding the verdict until the eviden-
ce is all in.”
Wi; begin with an excellent corps
of teacheis, most of whom arc known
to our patrons.
Let every man, woman and child
begin with a determination to push
the McLoud school to a
cess Disciplin is an essential element
in tiie school room, and there Is much
not written in the books, that should
lie learned. Punctuality, habits of in-
dustny and economy, obedianoe to
law, a proper respect for the rights of
others, laudable ambition for honor,
and preferment, a keen sense of hon-
or, all these must he awakened in thq
hearts and minds of youth by the tou-
ch of skillful hands. It is not enough
that the soil he cultivated, or the roots
of the vine, but the pruning knife is
necessary to increase the fruit-bear-
Regulations: Teachers will have im
mediate control of pupils in their re-
spective grades while the principal
will have general supervision, and
strict disciplin will be enforced.
Tlte School grounds will not 1)6 left
without a teacher present from 8t30
o’clock A. M. until 4:30 P. M, The
disciplin of the school will be positive
but kind, and no well disposed pupil
will ever have any friction with the
management of thq school.
Special attention will bo paid to
tho morals and manners of pupil
throughout the school.
Course of Study,
For the first bight grades See • Cottr
pared by tho Territoilai Board of Ed-
High S'ehool Departiheh‘.
First term: Literature and Com post
tion. Algebra Elementary. Latln-He-
ginners, English History Writing and
Scoofid rehtiv Literature and Coropi-
sition, Alge'-i a-Elementary, Latitt-lk
ginners, General History, Writing
Kit- t term: Literature and Compost
tion, Algebra-Advanced, l.sitin-< io-
sar, Getler'Al History. Writing anti
Second lerln: Literature and Compo-
sition, Algebra. Advance,, Latiu-t ae-
rial, Physics, Writing ami Spelling.
VV. Tb.mi I 'CT )>■. Principle
Anna At i.k.n, Grainmiu
Dot.lie Suliv.vn. Intermediate
Ldlt KArt.hU. Primary
WflNN & LYON.
School Books ana -Supplies.
Your Prescriptions Filled Day or Night.
Paints, Oils. Wail Paper and School Supplies.
Reduced Prices For Next TO Days, on All Wines
I. W. Harper.
$1.00 per bottle.
50c per bottle.
Pabst, () K. Rudweiser. and Blue Ribbon Beer
always on tap. as cold as ice can make it.
Tho Glut) Saloon.
V. N. MAKOSKE, Proppct* r
lee Cold Bottle and Keg Beer always on sale,
grandVuo-jThe best bottle and Barrel whiskies that money
can bu\ always on hand.also a fine line oi wines
and other drinks. Just the place for a cool re
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