4 44- f Local News. When troubled with sour stomach take Swam}) Chill Cure. F. N. Campbell was in SalliHaw on business Monday and Tuesday. Johu Morris went to Talahina Tuesday to visit relatives about ten days. L. L. Gateley of near Shakespeare was a business visitor in Muldrow Tuesday. Miss Mary Mann of Roland visited Saturday and Sunday at the home of B. S. Walker. Chas. Blackard was unable to be at the Citizens Bank a few days this week on account of sickness. Attorney Jess Watts and T. F. Swamp Chill Cure is just what the stomach needs after eating. If you have uiy thing to sell, try a few lines in the Press. Three lines, three times, three dimes. Mrs. Joanna Jacobs went to Braggs last Tuesday evening for the purpose of organizing an Eastern Star lodge. John Sparkman returned to bis home at Indianola, Wednesday after a few days visit with his father, J. W. Sparkmar.. Miss Mary Barrow departed Tuesday evening for Liberty, Mo., to again resume her studies in the Howard-Payne college. There is good hay and better hay but everybody says that Weaver's Shackelford of Sallisaw was here on I hay js the best. If you want to see business the first of the week. Cotton Pickers: brace your back and cleanse your liver with a bottle .,f Swamp Chill and Fever Cure. E. L. Moore and family of Sallisaw spent Saturday and Sundaj in town with L. C. Moore aud family. Miss Cora Moseley enjoyed a visit the first of the week from her mother, Mrs. \V. S. Mosley of Alius, Ark. FOR SALE:—One horse International hay press. Good as new. A bargain at $100.00. A. P.SKAUOI.T, Muldrow, Okla. Mrs.T.G. Blackard came up from' Clarksville, Ark., last Monday for a week 's stay at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Blackard. For only $1.50 we will send you the Press aud the Twioe-a-week St. Louie Republic a whole year. This offer is for a short time, only. Owen Owen, of Caney, Kans., was a Muldrow visitor the first of the week. His wife is here visiting her mother, Mrs. C. W. Breedlove. Rev. J.-.M. B. Greshatn transacted business in Bokoshe this week. Rev. J. A. Peters will fill the Baptist pulpit in the absence of the pastor. The Seabolt school opened Monday, Sept. 2, with 65 pupils on roll. The Seabolt school bids fair to be one of the beet in this part of the county. ,Do you know that Piuesalve Car bolized acts like a poultice in draw ing out intimation and poison? It is antiseptic. For cuts, burns, eczema, cracked bands it is immediate relief. Sold by Kniseley Bros. something fine, take a look at it. Miss Lulu Oaborn weut to Van Buren Sunday to visit relatives. She was accompanied by Mrs. T.A. Jordon who had been visiting here a few days. Mrs. Jordou's home is in Los Angeles, Calif. FOR SAI.K: A good four room house, in Muldrow, conveniently located. Substantial improvements and good water. Price $950.00. Address, A. B. PYI.K. Kingfisher, Okla. The German Medicine company show that was to have rilled a week's engagement here this week, pulled up stakes last Sunday and left town. They gave one performance Saturday night that was about the stalest and bummiest thing that ever struck town. Their listeners gave them the."ice" and ^the company made a haisty decision to leave town. Roy Turner, of Muldrow, visited at the home of J. 11. Baker, cashier of the Sallisaw Bank and Trust Co., Sunday Misses Lijlie .Dodeon and Wretha Weaver, of Muldrow, came to Sallisaw, Saturday to visit friends in the city. Miss Dodson returned home Sunday, but Miss Weaver will remain several days;— Star-Gassette. Mrs. M. L. .Butler and two daughters who had been visiting the home of Dr, H. II. Turnham, J. G. Patton and other relatives and friends for the paet two or three months, wenjt to Sallisaw Saturday to visit a few days. From there they went to Vinita, thence to their new home at Puroell at whiOh 'place Rev. Butler is pastor of the M. E. church, South. Smith's absence. .. »* FOR RENT:-Oue hundred acres of good farming land. Good four room house, good barn and Orchard. Will rent cheap for cash. Call on or write C.M.Trammel,Roland,I.T. M rs. Henry Fanner and *M rs. Susan Payne returned Wednesday evening from a three weeks stay in Arkansas. They Were accompanied home by Mrs. Farmer's mother, Mrs.Jane Robinson, who lives at Cabin Creek. R. M. Danflenberg of Tahiequah was a business visitor in Muldrow Wednesday. Mr. Danneberg has been a rock-ribbed Republican all his life but said he' was going to vote the straight Democratic ticket on next Tuesday. T. F. Shackelford came down from Sallisaw Tuesday and made one | of the best Democratic speeches the Muldrow people have heard this year. Mr Shackelford is a fluent talker and even the Republicans— what few that were there—were pleased with the splendid way in which the speaker presented his argument. Those who have been praying for a cessation of the high temperature for the p;«8t two months, were more than satisfied Motiday and Tuesday nitjhts. The thermometer has ranged from 95 to 105 for the past six weeks at least. Monday the temperature wan in the 60's and at night weut to 53. Tuesday night it went a little below 50. This is said to be a very unusual occurance in this section of the country. Att'y. Thos. J* Watts and A. P. Seabolt went to McKey Monday night and made speeches in the interest of Democracy and the constitution. From there they went to Mormon Chaple and made speeches at 2:00 p. in., Tuesday and at 7:80 addressed the Democrat Club at Vian. .Wednesday they were in Price's Ch;«ple and Thursday at Brent. They spoke to large and attentive crowds at all of the above places. A business meeting of the Epworth League was held at the Mr E. church last Wednesday evening after prayer meeting and the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: E. L. Kniseley, pres- identvMiss Corrie Mosely, first vice- president; Miss Mary Blackard, second vice -president;Vinton Blackard, third vice-president; Miss Lulu Oa born, fourth vice -president;Clarence Waggoner, secretary and treasurer, and Miss Jessie Rhodes, Ep worth Era Agent.