Lincoln County Journal (Stroud, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, August 19, 1910 Page: 4 of 4
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Mr. A. H. Edwards, one of
Strouds best citizens died at his
home in the west part of town,Tues-
day evening. Mr. Edwards was
highly respected in all communities
in which he lived.' It is with sorrow
and regret that we loose such a man
Mr. Edwards leaves a wife and son.
We extend our heart felt sympathies
Mrs, Charles M. Kussel of Sen-
eca Mo., who was visiting her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Keeler ot Stroud
died at their home on Monday noun.
The remains were suit to Seneca
Little A1 Shalhope, son of Alice
Shalhope died at hi.-, home in east
Stroud, on Thursday, Aug. 1 Hth at
1 :li p. m, The remains were land
away in the Stroud cemetary.
Struth A Rich Mine
S. W. IJends of Coal City, Ala.,
says he struck a perfect mine of
health in Dr. King’s new Life Pills
for they cuied him of Liver and
Kidney Trouble after 12 years of
suffering. They are the best pills
on earth for Constipation, Malaria,
Headache, Dyspepsia. Debility. 25c
at J. C. Burton's
The Old Daddy Dollar
Soldiers do Heroic Work
Condition In Forest of
Western Montana show hours while gm*. trees v-t-
expense of Keeping
fighters In field I sZ 700
The grestest danger is from th -
wind. Should the wind start blow
ing the whole mining district pro
1 ably would be swept awsy.
Tales of perilous adventures are
j being brought here by the tire figlit-
j erswho escaped from the Slate
Creek fire Thursday. They say
they were forced to take refuge in
Slate Creek remaining their f
on all sides and the country
round a roaring furnance.
The greatest difficulty now V;
getting supplies io fire fighters.
J B Charles, Pros
Lee Patrick, V. P
A A Seaton, Cashier
Nellie Meal, Ass’t C'r
J. B. Charles
P. S. Hoffman
E. L. Conklin
diliou today in the fore 1 of r *■ n.
Montana show no appre ibl • rn-
provement. The work of
lighting crews is being vigorously
Should bo ever on llio watch for symp-
toms *11 Worms in their chlldn n. Thoso
pentm unilonnim* stronKth and vitality.
A < till '• « it b VN rmB . i ale • i< Ulj ana
cross, ban dark ri»i?a under too eyes, La<l
l>r< at 11, 1U kk appetite, picks the nose j
ruM” v ' continually, starts In the sleep, grinds
■ ' K the troth while .-.leeplng. The worst part
f ted by W< i ms fall eas y victims to
I1 : sit Protected by Bankers Guaranty Fund
pushed. Three companys of the I JLiVm!iSMfe ttfr"-
Fourteenth I ifantr y stationed at
Fort Missoula .rrrieved home
I fow doses removes \
American Lake today and were im trouble, and there is an immediato im-
provement. In a few days tne alckiy.
pale ami Irritable child is transformed
odv for Worms; one that Is absolut* iy
Huro of results is White’s Cream Verml-
I fuge. i' d< troys and removes worms
f i on ai t lnl tinal parasites of »*n kinds. A
! fow u -: • s removes the cans- of the
Is an Imrnedl
fow days the sickly.
mediately diapatched to the scene
of the fires in this distiict 'Two
more companies of soldiers have
been ordered here.
A report made at the forestry
office'today shows that there at
present 2,(>00 men in the field ex-
clusive of the Soldiers and .300 pack
horse all being maietained on an
expense of$700 per day.
* Irritaoio cniit-
into a rosy, healthy, vigorous Cherub*
full of life, vim and cheerfulness.
•* Price 25ct. per bottle.
jamoi ► . Mallard Prop. 5t. Uoul* Ms
CONDENSED STATEMENT OF
E A H \
(As reported to the State Banking Board, January 31, 1910.)
How dear to our heart is the old
When some kind suscriber pre-
sents it to view —
The liberty head, without neck-
tie or collar
And all the strange thingsn
that to us seem so new ,
The wide spreading eagle, the
arrows below it,
Tne stars and the ords — what
queer thing* they tell,
The coin of our fathers ! We’re
glad that we know it.
For some time or other it will
come in right well—
To pay for toombstone and six feet
And the delinquent subscribers
who starved us to death’
Will ring out sweet praise from
the day of our birth
Till the day we pass over, but will
cling to that dollar,
That old Daddy dollar, till eplur-
ibus unam,the shield
And all that—and the stars fade
away and the eagle will hollar,
Because of his slaif being stove in
O, dear Daddy dollar, Just let us
You darling old dollar, prosperi-
Before the delinduent Subscriber
forecloses his cinch
iOOO Men are fighting
Wallace ,daho, Aug 13.—With
1,000 men fighting fires in the
Couer d’Alene national forest and a
prospect ot rain forest fire condit-
ion are much improved here today
sewucMAs. o. immoot shsihimth rat
SM> cURE the LUNC8 I j
,T" Dr. King’s ||
run S OUGHSand 60cfc$1.(K.
I ^OLDS Free Tri*; 5
S fluMt and Uuiekeet Cure for i
i yituoAT a. d 1.UUO xuot ;
I LES, or MONEY BACK.
Sw* .Wl JUUM1.WV • PWSM A
Loans and Oise unts , . .
Bill of Ex :h • ••
S ick, Bonds in Warrants
Overdrafts . ...
Banking House, Fur:
Cash ar.d Exch r»g
Capital...... ... .....S 10,200.00
Surplus and Profits . 5,100.00
■** — *"
zwtmzz&im 9 a
We are now Prepar-
ed to do your Job
Printing and solicit
Call and let us Fig-
Never before have we sold so many goods in
the same length of time.
Never before have we sold goods at such
We are not selling goods at cost, but we are sell-
ing them for less than competition can buy them
at, in many instances.
These Prices Will
Our life is spent in little things,
In little cares our hearts are drowned .
We moved, with heavy-laden wings,
In the same narrow round.
We waste on wais and petty strife,
And squander in a tliosand* ways,
The lire that should have been the life
And power of after days.
We toll to make an outward show,
And only now and then reveal
How far the under currents tlow
Of all we think and feel.
Mining in ctves of ancient lore.
I nweaving endless webs of thought,
We do what has been done of yore
And so we come to naught.
The spirit longs for wider scope,
And room to let its fountains play
Ere it has lost its love and hope,
Tamed down and torn away.
I wander by the cloister walls,
My fancy fretting to be free
As through the twilight, voices call
From mountain and from sea.
Forgive me if I feel oppressed
By custom, lord or all and me!
My soul springs upward, seeking rest,
And cries for liberty.
— John Nichol.
17 lbs Sugar
; Best flour in Oklahoma
10 lbs Good Rice
1 Fully Guaranteed Flour
7 lbs Best R.ice
| Large Cottolene with 6 bars Soap
(i lbs A & H Soda
j Medium Cottolene with 2 bars Soap
2 lbs AK Coffee
cans V. n Camps Pork and Beans
1 lb. Good Coffee
! 3 cans Syrup
it Pkg. Sopade
! Star Tobacco
8 pkg. Grandmas Borax
| All : Sm- icing Tobacco 6 for
7 bars Clarette Soap
i 1 Qt Grope Juice
mmps&m 4 mom 5»: vm
Famous Red Brand Candy only 12 I'om.u ; .0 yds. Calico Remnants
Get your share of these good things. If | Ladies fine Shoes
vou cant come send by your neighbor.
I Dry Goods at Correspondingly low
General, Elevator, Teams, Contingem, The ;:- .
Vessel, Workman's Collective. Physlcan’s De
fence, Automobile, Contractors Employers and
Personal last ra - e:
Bank, Mercantile. Residence. Ivies0- ai/or
bery, Daylight Hold-up. Safe Ass a ! . (.’
bank) Team Theft. Residence Burg: trj
The cst Hour of life
;3 v>h?n vou do some great deee or j
iiscover some wonderful fact . his
! hour came to J K. Pitt.ofRocv Mt.!
J s ad
s means much more
ugs, because it inclu-
Protect Damage insurance
Boiler, Plate Glass, Fly Wheel arid
gage insured to any point. Gal! ana r.
JV I N. C. when he was suffering intense- j , ,c °r‘ jru*
‘ff j ly, as he says "from the worst cold jthan fr ”
T 11 ever had, I then proved to try de: high gride as veil as freshness,
a,j. great satisfaction what a wondefull In evert - im our
a'f: Cold and Chogh cure Dr King s . stock an exceptional one
! Yew Discovery is. Fcr after taking I Let us be your druggist ?
ne bottle, I w,ii entrely (BUTOJIS DrUg StOF &
w; - 8 ou can t say anything to ot .. j
I ectric Bitters nett r tail to
destroyed them and cure malaria
troubles "Three bottes coinrletly
curt- m ot ;i very severe attack of
malaria,” writes Win. A. Fretwell
ot Lucama N. C\, "and I have had
good health ever since.” Cure
Stom-h’ Liver and Kidney troubles
and prevent Typh id 50c. Guaran-
teed by J. C. Burton.
Card of ThanKs
We,Mr, and Mrs. S. D. Dennison
most sincerely wish to extend our
thanks and appreciation to our
friends who so kindly gave their as-
sistance during the illness of our
baby Daisy Grace.
M. W. and
medicincc like that.” Its the purest
land best remdy for cisceased lungs,
«§i IlemorrhageS, LaGrippe, Astama,
4} Hay Fever any Thorat or Lung
trouble. 5oc $1.00 Trial bottle | ering and death to thousands
That a clean, nice, fragant com-
pound like Bucklen’s Arnica Salve
jLife on the Panama Car.? ! will instantly relieve a bad burn, cut
wound or piles, staggers
I aria trouble that has brough suff-
'w^vv\KV »*-n w>- <rx
iree. Guaranteed by J. C. Burton.
Subscribe for the jOUKNAi. ^
germs cause chills fever ai l ague
biliousness jaundice, lassitude,
wcaki’.cs iuul general debility*
skeptics. But great cur«s prove its
a wonderful healer of tha worst
sores, uleers, boils, felons, eczema,
hand, sprains and crons. Try it
i35c at J, C, Burton’s.
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Fitzhugh, L. B. Lincoln County Journal (Stroud, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, August 19, 1910, newspaper, August 19, 1910; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc925156/m1/4/: accessed September 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.