The Lincoln County Journal (Stroud, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 41, Ed. 1 Friday, December 24, 1909 Page: 1 of 8

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Volume 4, iS umbei 41.
COIN COUNTY J
(Tfte Stroud Star, estnbll!^i:d /.Wo, TAe Lincoln County Journal, established /Wo. '
STROUD. OKLA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1009.
Prict Si uO Per Year
% flit' to* is W. jovis. what part of Missouri is lie from and why did leave?
Local New
s
A Cask of Heinz Kraut on tap at
Yarbrough’s.
Telephone Number 1C7
PART TWO.
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^Hlhe reliable Leader Store for the
J be^ t shoeL
[Miss Ethel l’iielps spent Sunday
• With he parents in Cushing.
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Miss Josephine Wolf of Council
Bluff. Ia., came Wednesday for a
two weeks visit with her aunt Mrs.
Wole.
Reginald Voyle of Sapulpa is vis-
iting Stroud friends.
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J. M Murray spent Sunday here
with his daughter, Miss Minnie,
returning to Sparks Monday.
See the Leader Stores up to
Gent’s Furnishing.
date
J. W. Peterson, of Chand’er, an
old employee of the Pamonia L. H.
61 P. Co. will this week remove to
Stroud to take eharge of the%com-
panv’s business here. Mr. Peter-
son seems to be a nice, accomno-
Ilr. John Corum and brother Hen- datin* fntleman’ andthe . Jour“al
, taices pleasure in welcoming; Mr.
guests of, _ r *
Paterson and wife to this city.
^1*Just received some good blankets
■mforts, sheets and pillow cases at
^Iftndahl’s.
John Markham, of Louisville,
Kv . is here with view of locating,
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iMiss Anna Ilse.-itt, of Pleasant
fill, Mo., is the guest of the
endell’s north of town.
I
Wmc
It
iork is now equipped to do the
of Cabinet pictures for you.
" Miss Martha Glover, of Austin,
Texas, is the guest • f Mrs. Helen
| ’Winters of Stroud
John Wolgast 'of Joplin, Mo., is
here this week looking over the coal
prospects around Stroud. Mr Wol-
gast is very enthusiastic with the
outlook here.
A barrel of Heinz sweet pickles
just received at Yarbrough’s.
ry of Artemus, Ky., are
i Mr. and Mrs. Dr. J. C. Williams I
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Miss Bertie Yarbrough spent last
Sunday with her parents in this city
Leonard Murray who is attending
Miss Clara DeSmith', who for the
past two weeks had been visiting
her sister, Miss Mabel, at Aransas,
Miss Mary Paris, principal of the ! Tezas, returned home Wednesday
Arlington schools, returned home evening, accompanied by Miss
hcmefolks for
Saturday to spend the holidays with
her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Charon have
removed to Edmond where Mr. Cha- ^
Mabel, who will vi«it
an indefinite period.
Watch Meeting.
W
YOT'NG GIRLS ARK VICTIMS HORCIyn INTO RXI1 l
of headache, as well as older M m. Upchurch of Glen Oak, ( ) .
women, but all get quick relief and I w;rs an ex .e frpm hbme. .Mountain
p.ompt cure from Dr. King's New [ air, he thought, would cure a rl
Life Pills, the world's best remedy
for sick and nervous headaches.
They make pure blood, and strong
nerves and build up your health.
Try them. 25c at J. C. Burton’s, idogging his- steps
KII.I.S HER FOE OF SO
“The most merciless enemy I had
for 20 years,’’ declares Mrs. James
Duncan, of Haynesville, Me,, “was
dyspepsia. I suffered intensely af-
ter eating or’drinking and could
scarcely sleep. After many reme-
dies had failed and several doctors
gave me up 1 tried Electric Bitters
which cured me completely. Now I
can eat anything. Iam 70 years j^ottle free,
old and am overjoyed to get my/Burton
health and strength back again/’
For ind'gestion, loss of appetite, kid
ful lung racking cough tha* had de-
fied all remedies for two years. Af-
ter six months he returned, death
“Then I b gan
YEARS! to use Dr. Kings’ N w Discov. ry”
he writes, and after taking six bot-
tles I am as well as ever.” It saves
thousands yearly from desperate
lung diseases. Infallible for coughs
and colds, it dispels hoarseness and
sore thrort. cures grip, bronchitis,
hemorrhages, asthma, croup whoop-
ing cough. 50c and $1.00, trial
guaranteed by J. C.
business college in Oklahoma City ron will have charge of the Ramona I '1 here will be a Unioij Watch dey trouble, lame back, female com
Miss Loral Wood is selling -nil-
home
holidays.
Tuesday to spend the [ Light, Heat & Pow r Go’s business. Meeting Friday evening Dec. .list.
While here Mr. and Mrs. Charon There will be ah excellent program
made many friends who regret to throughout the entire evening. Pe
plaints, it Is unequaled. Only
at J. C. Burton’s.
50c 'linery at greatly redu .-d price nur? ,
;ing the holidays. .
J. M. Campbell, licensed auction-
eer ■-ill : ell anything you have to •
offer. His prices are reasonable.
Give him a call.
see them leave us.
Ingrain art squares many patterns ; business at SaPulPa wiU come
“Mound City ‘Horse Shoe’ Brand j
Paint is good l’aint. Good Paint-
ers recommend it Long-Bell Lbr. |
Glade Burton who is in the drug (y0.
sure you are there.
First M. E. Church
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
Preaching at 11a. m. and 7 :30 p. |
Cne third off, one week only.
Wilson Bros.
u Miss Lilian Vanzant, of Oklaho-
►Tna City, is the guest of Siroud
friends.
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Buy your Heaters and
Stoves of K. J. Miller.
' W. S. Sh ff i made a
Strip to Kendrici" Tuesday.
Sun-
day for a short visit with his parents
at this place. His brother Louie
will go to Sapulpa Saturday to fill
his place while away.
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G VY. Gordon has a nice line of
Elgin, Waltham and Rockford
Cook i Watches and a nice line of Silver-
I ware and Jpwelry. Give him a call
i before buying and get his prices,
business ! Stroud, Okla.
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---- Enworth League at 6 :30 p. m.
W. \\ . McFarland and family^ Subjects next Sunday, 11 a. m. a
who reside 2 miles north of town Christmas sermon, 7 :30 p. m .“God-
left Tuesday morning for Ozark, liness with Contentment is Great
Mo. to spend the holidays with rel- j Gain.”
a^'ves- The protracted services closed
last Sunday with a splendid revival
! spirit. The obiect sermon at 3 p.
venport, will be the holiday guest' wa3 iistened to by 40 children
of Miss Frances Newton.
ir«*xv «Ht»ru.a
1 Pure Buckwheat flour and Maple
*yrup at Yarbrough’s .
E. E. Emery returned Tuesday
morning from a business trip to St.
Louis.
. P’our first-class ICO acres farms,
well improved; sell for half their
worth, if sold in 30 days.
M. W. Lynch.
We have rocking chairs. The prices
where you can easily reach ther
quality
Se.
1 Lee Patrick purchased the .lohn
Kantean farm adjoining Stroud on
the northeast Monday. This is a
jiice farm of 80 acres.
Try the Rubber Heels on hard
floors, they are so restful, Shackel- tbe Jeweler carries a
fords’ Shoe Shop.
j and a great many cider people. A
| business meeting of the officials on
Monday ni^F *4 „■ s flnaiiuc-s L. good
condition and pastors salary paid
ahead. The Sunday evening ser-
vices will be evangelistic, and the - —_
Don’t forget that G. W. Gordon, I sermons by the pastor will especial- them bSIOre the cLSSOftlTient isbrokepf,
complete line V interest young people. “Come
iSJ
We will make you
Linder Store.
J. G. McKenzie of St Louis is the
glad at the gUest of his brother W. E. McKen-
zie and family.
of Jewelry, which will always please j over an£i help. us.
you as to price and quality. For; Geo. \\ Green, Pastor,
fair treatment see him.
- Christian Church.
ifglmw
Henry McKeown of near Tyron
»<>s a Stroud visitor Wednesday.
|1-
Jewell and Quick Meal Ranges
the Worlds best at R. J. Miller’s.
Gate Hockaday, who is attending
college at St. Charles, Mo., is here
visiting his parents during the holi-
days.
J. B Charles, Pres
Lee Patrick, V. P.
A. A Seaton, Cashier
Nellie Neal. Ass't C'r
Directors:
Stroud
J. B. Charles
H. Josey
P. S. Hoffman
E. L. Conklin
Lee Patrick
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Br
^San/<
148 in Sunday-school last Sun-
day.
Ladies’ Aid meets at the church
this week.
The booth at T. R. Hall’s gro-
cery store was well patronized last
Saturday and the ladies realized a
neat little Jsum from their days
work.
Do you attend the young peoples
meeting, if not, you are invited to
attend Christian Endeavor at the
Christian church every Sunday
evening at 6 :30.
Lad-es’ Aid report some new
members.
Are you going to attend services
after Christmas? God has been!
good, suart the New Year right.
Our ChrUmas services Friday!
7:15 p.m. You are invited to at
tend. Come early. Santa Claus ■
will be with us for the children.
Good music and speaking for the
older ones.
Wilson^ros.
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Our Deposits
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Noyqi
The Oldest; Largest and Strongest
Bank in Stroud
Deposits Protected by Bankers Guaranty Fund
RESOURCES NOVEMBER 1909.
Loans....................S 54,998.12
Stock, Bonds and Warrants.. 4,904.4?
Banking House. Furn. & Fix. 3,4u0.00
Cash and Exchange ..... $120,017.73
. Total.......... :.....$183,320.32
LIABILITIES
Capital...................$ 10,200.00
Surplus and Profits......... 12,569.98
Deposits ............... $160.550.34
Total.................$183,320.32
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| Paperhanger and F . r \\
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| Prices Reasonable
| Phone 179. Stroud, Okla.
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At Cost ! At Cost ! Holiday poods
of every description at Hulsey’s
New Store. Come iri before they
are picked over, everything at cost.
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Bell, F. C. The Lincoln County Journal (Stroud, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 41, Ed. 1 Friday, December 24, 1909, newspaper, December 24, 1909; Stroud, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc925263/m1/1/ocr/: accessed December 14, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.