Britton Weekly Sentinel. (Britton, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 1, 1910 Page: 4 of 8
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SlIfll'^PAN NEWSPAPER PUB CO.,
OKLAHOMA ClfV. OKLAHOMA.
h. a. COTHOLD. J. H. fowler.
that he cm breath*."
At the Ovcrholser Sunday night and
THE COW AND THE MOON.
Ono vr. r (In *lv. ti<<«> II 00
Hi* month'* tin *dv«nc*>
*|| r«>. tn -nth* 'In "t\ «'"•«■> .
Advertl«lny R«te .
Our Hatca f- r ftdt«*rll«lnic «ro in .-onta , f i|,|h rluinirter ill U llfW ItlUfti* «l rv
l rr Inch <(*i :!« «, 1 > cu< n i i«* to i «vii ^nivngnnzn, "Tht* Cow and tlit* Moon."
h"mo in.T. h . ,1«I ulii.winij ii ll I'■ ' o' j'"£v ||0 |M .lupllratlnK lilt «uwn iiml
twlcr r.trh month l-n.-iil rea.uua noi i r
C'hiiB. A. Helltm, who created *u<'h «
5? favorable ImpreHcloli « Happy In "The
('lit hml the Kiddle" will be seen here
at the OverholHer In h continuation
freedom that wldeua wltb every good
deed and rontracta beneath acta of
evil. Not metaphorically, but literal
ly, dora Marcua Aurellua free himself
each time he dlacovera a new truth
In Indulgence, each tin e that he par-
dona, ouch ti mi! he rtflecla.—Maeter-
Fortune Telllr.g Fakes.
The face la a belle.- Index to chap,
acter than the palm of the hand l"h
... • tn,,. .. <.-n . « . •« •••'" • « •••«• •
up n ppli .1 hi through ohlalio- jedlan of aterllng worth. linn* audi fortune teller Is uaually a ahre d tell,
ma i'iiv (TI Mike alill «>-hhI h1111 t. i clher with . er of tales gifted with natural inaigbt
Crr'f^pond'n.. "" beautiful Genii. The new . Iinrin i.-r of buman nature.
cpmniunlratlma la ■> • ' *■ Include tlrcut Domo, the ruler of tli.
rhiinr*— in • ul-,'rlptlc> eli ahoul.l '••• Moon, I'lit. lenii. 1111 operatic star, witli
MMremrd to th I ■ Mltae wnaea DomoflBlll uovt, Albert, t iiu-
,X.^Xr*rf««l«"r 'tr.n'.l r'n.r,.! In- and teatl,-,,. Ilea the Culm.,. Inn..
formation mu«t l"' obtained tlirouuli (ten conee I lie nialtl who never taw a nun
n-.i nrrics Tropolll the wlae man of the Hock
"'''IwI'VumTK-i1 1-nh I'lrkeld"". the lieneral of the Man In ,
" "tate IN naial.oiut eli. Kkin the Moon Army, the Moon deinoi
< — '■ «> - - •—— uud Moon Ileum, and Molly the aacrcit
l.ntrirj ,.i -...mil i « in""" '''* cow, |i | i ther with some :if> other char
SSJ?eB«'li aV*""wU. March J. W "'tctK of more or leaa Important'-.- all j
_.. . help In the action of the piece
H'lfteon sunn lilta lire heard, all tlnk
linn. leaaltiK and tuneful, and It la n
J , -I ♦ Kunrantee that "The Cow and ti c
I Coming and Going at the Iheaters + Moon" will prove n ni.it enjoyable
▼ ..it evening'* enlertainm.nl
♦♦MtHltlMHtttlllll* gellon lina a HlrotiR cast of ex
— - I tmvaganaa playera Including Klorenc
"The Houae of n Thnuaand t'andlea." Wills, llaiel lll. e Jean t rnther, t la
which opened at the Metropolitan Iiihi ^t.-rltfc Jack ltlalr, Harry, Allen,
night for a rnn of one week la the most and many other*.
Inlereatlng bill i-een nt Ihla theater thla I he duto here la for ne\i T'les
aeaaon and It glvea the playera of the night at the Overholaer. bt .ita now ,
North Brother ai.u k organliailon the j selling.
beat chance* collectively they have ho
far hail. Jack Hoaeli lull. In particular, HILL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE NOTES.
aa Datea, the butler, left In the house
of myitery to that all the plans Helen Stuart accepted a position
of the whimsical Olil Glenarni cair> w|||j tlie Westeni Reciprocal I'ndct
la good He handle* the role aa though w,oklahemu City.
built for II and keep* the attention of
the audience every aecond lie Is on the Gertrude McCoy ae.-eptcd a po*ltl >n
atage. The other member* of the with a N.otor Car Co.. Oklahoma '^j>
company are up to hla lead.
Mis a Knltl Mac Jackson, na Marlon j„hn Huilson waa plai-ed In a good
Devereiix, . ti. 8tutim*n as Morgan, p, s||lon h.v the.I.. C. Smith Typcwriu
Ituaacll Snoad aa Arthur Pickering and l o Oklahoma City.
Howard Chase as l.arry Donovan, the
happy Irishman, deaerve special praise.
The member* of both houses of the
legislature wert> the guests of Man
agcr North for the production and It
should place them In *uch a happy
flame of mind that they would not
hesitate about declaring Oklahoma
City the permanent alate capltol.
We did not fill as many position*
thl* week aa we usually do because we
did not have the atudont* ready with
which to till them.
A capacity house enjoy.nl the open
lug bill of the week at the Holly Sun-
day afternoon. Kach and every mini
ber on the program was greeted with
enthusiasm and repeated encores en-
couraged the performers to give the
"Swan Song." Summing up the bill ns
a whole It ranked with the average
production on the Western Vaudeville
The bill closed w ith "The Hood Ship
Nancy l-.ee," a musical burletta Inttv
liming singing and comedy skits
Gllroy, Hayes and Montgomery, the
principal* in this bubbling comedy
role, are ranked anient the first In
vaudeville circle*. The company tra\
elcil through Ihe Keith circuit
Hugel and Taylor, comedy acrobat*
and dancers, made a good Impression
A series of faticj dances wa also a
feature of their offering
Dan Matoy, In an Italian character,
brought out the traits of the Individual
type. Although linn's last name soumls
Irish, If* n safe bet that hi* antece-
dent* crossed the Atlantic ocean with
Grotesque and whirlwind dancing,
bordering on the classical type, and
far ftvm oriental was Introduced t>\
The IVMuths In a smart comedy
Young people It Is now geftln: to
wants the close of the year and before
you fare another year you should nav.-
your mind thoroughly made up as to
what you expect to do for your lite
work You need a business tralniii-
no matter what line of work you t.ikc
up. If you are going to be a profps
atonal man you tieeil a business mill-
ing and It is absolutely essential if
you expect to enter the business world,
as ninety-five per cent of our vomit
After you have made up your mind
that you an- going to take a business
training, the next thing Is the tVsci
where you will go to get It. Hot-) Is
where we come In.
To give you a chance to see our i \
(-optional opportunities tor giving yni
a thorough business training and for
getting you a first-class position nftet .
you are ready for It. we will ,iay your
rallnwd fare over here to thorough!)
Investigate, provided you enroll will-,
us If our statements are . -rre-t Pud
our courses appeal to you. If >ve h*vi
mis-stated anything, or *ou fe*l that
we cannot do all that we or«inis<s. and
more, we will pay your return fare. It j
will not cost you a cent t,> invrsi: :v.e.
and you certainly ought to do it
By letting us know \«h«n y,u w ll be
here we will be glad to w.eoi you ai
the depot. Write for our "J. .Jog le ; i d
special rates for January
MUX'S IU SIXKSS COLLKC.E.
NEW POWERFUL MICROSCOPE
Theodore l.oreh and company one of Enormous Magnification is Attained
the best known stock company* In the vv,thout Former Blrmishei Due to
ca*t I* now playing at the Lyric then _ , .
ter, ha* without doubt the strongest 9
casts ever *een In the city at popular ... ... ,K„
prices The p'ai being changed twi,- •-"* as been eatiibited before .he
weekly on Sundav and Thursday w <:h Royal society of U^r.'on a '.cm of
matinee days Wednesday, Saturday nilerotiMjpe, the invention r' Pro', -or
and Sunday Gordon, by means of which Mormon*
Op 'nlng Thursday with the gr\-at magtilflcation of an object can. it is
story of the far north and Alaska go' fUted be attained without the blem
field* "The Spoiler*" by the oll 'dw ,0 tlfa, ,h„ for
known sorhor Rex Beach The next . , s .
change of bill Sunday matinee S: K - - nierly mam. *v h lm ve*.
taken by the book of the nam. ** ,hw tbe f°,
Image of an object is received *7.-t a
THE NEWLY WEBS.
T! e Newlywods - ''.d 1" r l . 1 ^
microscopic lens upcr. a ground s ass
focussing screen, and that thcr so-
other microscope is employed s.;'.5 fv
the hi* music farciallty, which -ll -her to enlarge the image so formed
he even here at the Overholscr Wed- rhl< ls v.. ;uu, xslbie. hut
nesdav matinee and night and Thr.-s fc ^ fc mou;j ^ mag*K
day ntgnt, is reined to have re- s- - . . J.. . . . ..
tered o. e of the biggest hits of Us «*« "^<h" wiI,h A* tlM^
kind oa the American s-.ase the past ,h* rwXi ! lessor uorv.i n
u es a translucent screen of the ncest
t ritic* In New York. Chicago and po«*ible texture, and he caa®e* It to be
1'ivttivn au wrote column* of praise kept in constant ec: oa while the oN
ata^ut the piece during it* Kvng runs )ec> i, being viewed or photographed
in thivse cities, I;y this means the grain of t>e screen
is eliminated and the greatly magnoed
JOHN MASON IN THE WITCHING ™ "the ob}«* n'one seen
metis to oi t«o
"The Witching Hour" which ran for diameter, were shown as
wore than a - st CHa,-kett proof* of the i racy of the mMbod
theater In New York s ■ o adopted—Harp«rs Week.y
lain more bright and spark' -g line*
than any other play produced. ■ >ears
The folic wing are a few (verpti
"IX^mestic arvhltectur. Is the most
poetic work a - an can ,lo outs e o:
downright p^vtry itse't
"Kxery thought is active, that is bom
of a desire and trave - fivr us, t it
I* born of a desire of some-ore else
and ccmes to us "
"Hatred I* a heavier freight for the
shipper than It is for the consignee.
"The way to forget a wrong ,s not
to gu.-rd il as a sers.r.ve s-.v-t ir.
memory, but to grasp it as the wise
ones grasp a nettle—crush all Its
tvwer to harm you in one courageous
"We think things are calamities .-.rj
trials ar.d s**rrow#—only ns-tes the*
are spiritual gymnastics and have an
-IX>nt Kx k behind—y\H-.r life* ahead
of you IV* 1 mount for the race over
think a bum game of billiards is
abrc.: a? tkin an entertainment for
tke cutsjders as "Who's got the hut
"I want reform all rght 1 be eve
la refWea. Pvt ftrst. 1 want the fur
af fa r. and falUn' hani
Thl&etW* Tr tute-a.
Fraud nesUos eTen oa tbe Tcof of
the world.* In other words, the «-
sophisticated ThU*taa does little
cheating en his own account He s
almost the so e purveyor cf all ruask
It la *old *t someth rg like a ton
time* it* weigh: tn si.ver one
wo-iii th.r.k the seert mM he : .re
But this ts far fro® the case It ts
always sod in -pockets.* ani tbe venJ
or* * not allow aa on hT
the buyer other than tocrt But by
tbts means he is nwahJe to detersnice
ijxm the purity a*>d it kap^
■-ens that the vendor h*s adiiMer*t«d
kts merchandise w.th a- .:ot. peas,
beans, pc'atoe*. mixei w S I >i the
jvdk of eggs, pounded in a acctar ta
til re exV-e i_usk
TK* C _i Fr f-,;
Tbe friend we K>ve to the c e who
roes to that one p.a.-e In the wwM it
has been our oww dreaa of rears to
visit—and seeds us a ptctnrw pxiaL—
Boston 0 oba.
And th« New Vcw Cait and Pro-
IN AUGUSTUS THOMAS*
GREAT TELEPATHIC DRAMA
The Play That Has Thr lied New
York for 18 Mor\tJ .
PRICES 50. 75. 11.00. *1.50
SEATS NOW ON SALE
TUESDAY NIGHT, DEC. 6,
One Performance Only
"The Cow and
"lt« Companion Play." The Cat and
Ti f Piddle was good. Th s on«?
Will Make You Laugh in
A Stage Full of Pretty G rle. Hsp-
pv Avlatrs Over the Moon. Molly
the Cow. Jumps Over. "Oh, You
PRICES 50. 75. $1.00. $1.50; Gallery
25c. Seats Now On Sale.
Wednesday K'at nee ■•nd Night and
First Big Song Comedy of the Year
SWIFT AND MERRY
60 and 1 j People 75 per cent Girls.
Brill ant Gowns
Orig nal Company
PRICES: MM. 50c to S1 00: Evening
25c to 11.50.
Seats on Sale 5 da>s In Advance.
Piay Changed Twice Weekly.
THEODORE LORCH AND
B> Rex Beach.
i£>e and 2Sc
| 15 and - 5 c** t
OfMSITt TUtMlNU SUTTON
NORTH BROS.'STOCK CO.
''House cf a
''The Man from M<x :o
Santa Claus Welcomes You Here!
S mla Chin hps left orders at Brock's that every child in Oklahoma should visit Toy land.
He has shipped us the toys. We now have them out on display. People are buying last.
Early buyers are getting just what they want!
TAKE NOTICE! Come early! Don't wait until the last day or two before Christmas. Come
early in the morning when the clerks can give you better service. COME EARlA!
Everybody Accommodated Here!
You can g.H your gifts for any and all h<>re. Gifts for parents, children, relatives or friends
['hey are all here, from a fine fur coat to a tin train for the baby. We serve the household.
Mail Orders Filled for Christmas!
We till scores of mtil orders every vear. If you live a long distance from the city and find it
inconvenient to get to the store, write us what you want. We will fill your order just the
same as if you were right here to pick out the gifts yourself.
How Crock's Fill Mail Orders.-Often we hear people say, "I never have any
trnub e when I send mv mail order to vour store." That is because soon as a mail order comes
into this store it goes into the hand of one certain person who knows how to shop, knows
where an i what the bargains in the store are, ha< probably had your order before andean
iudge about what you want "rom former orders. Shop by mail. You are safe and sure if
you send your order to Brock Dry Goods Co.
Watch for Future Announcements
Watch all the pp.ptrs for our Christmas anr.ouncements. Every day we are featuring some
sper al. You cr.n do ycur buying more economically by following the bargains.
Next Saturday 27" Doll for $1
This is a beautiful iointed Doll, light and
dark hair, blue and brown eyes, regular
$2.00 Do 1 for $1.00. Ask for "My Dearie."
kind of a Toy is
Chests, T runks.T ri-
Fcr a Boy!
Will find anything
they want here—
Doll Furniture, Kit-
chen Sets, Chairs,
Tables, Dishes of all
kinds, Doil Clothes,
thing for a Girl!
A parish minister oil his round*
approaching a country cottage, when
he was met bv two small parishioner*
coming toddling out of It. On of
them, a little fellow of about four,
cheerily hailed the reverend gent'e-
man with a friendly. "He.loa. man!"
"Wheeit, Tammy.' was the whispered
rebuke of the other, who was a year
or two older, "that's no mau. that s a
Footgear Brought Success.
It was the sturJy sandals *f the
Teutonic tribes that enabled them to
march across Eurore to the walls of
Rome, and we know that the footgear
of an army Is still a most Important
part of Its equipment Those whom
the Romans called Scythians wore
rough sheepskin boots ard the Gauls
were already noted for their wooden
Cure for Crying Children.
An ingenious employment of tb
phonograph, by the way. was suggest-
ed by an Inventor some time ago. This
was for curing children of the habit
of crying upon the slightest provoca-
tion. Tbe child Is made to cry into
the Instrument, and when he Is calm
the record ls served up before th®
whole family. It is said to be a
In a time of distressing drought,
says a writer In the Yorkshire Daily
Po t. a harassed amateur agriculturnt
stepped Into a shop to buy a barom
Her The shopman was giving a lew
stereotyped Instructions aboat indica-
tions and piessures. when ibe pur-
cLaser impatiently Interrupted him.
"Yes. yes ' said te. "that s all r K^t.
hut what I ant to know is. how do
you set the thing when you aat it to
Oo You Know Us?
S. Reehan & Bro.
A !n Bararli
corrected with the frres-rv derart-
pr) b s wr"><<erf'i! dog. which Is as
at cV^rf "ee= af a cat if his
m's-e- f?=-*er« a hs"dken-h<ef up In
xYc re^'o^ atrial wilt clamber
or It In the ritrh'est w?v. and
rfTf. to bnre It down He was
tareh' hT hi* jrother. who was famous
. c s tree c'lirb^r The cleTer animal
wen <eve-al medals by bis eitra-
oiMnai? ta'ent. and takes rart'cular
del gh' n e!!~-b<rc silver birches—
not the easiest t-ee in the world to
scale for th" mirk « rart-c■: arljr
sz;oc-.h an 1 s' -rery — W Je World
It is close to Christmas. We don't want to carry over anything
after Dee -5th. We want to close out our fall stock between now and
, her You .a pet the benefit of this late season if you buy now wtyle
we have a complete assortment of
Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Men's
jv n't 'er-ret—all oor stock Is marked "3 1" per cent and Rome
t'- rci ever. ■ per cent le?s than up-town stores because our expenses
are less. Ccire in and visit us.
p*-:c« esi Found
Tit £r*t origin a! de«CTtpt'cn of
America ever written las just ;eea
ijaccvered it was peaene-J by Dr
Dtegc Alvaret Ciaaca. ;iys c.a= to
the second Seel of C. un;bjs and was
dated at the Port cf Uabe ia. Sa^to
Dc— rcv la January, I4J4 Pr Ter
urei de Y barr a of te New York
Academy cf S«r:ences * : f? 5m ""
scnaa Inst ret ion of Wast : e"o=
tcc «r.d abetuag. aaccv«ne- the dcca
S. Reehan & Bro.
S. W. CORNER OF BROADWAY AND CALIFORNIA.
A Girt for a Bahy.
A chamirg g 't fcr a new baby Is
a set erf washed g "J sa'e-y f "?
These are tict the s-all sets ccnceet-
H bT I cha-,B csed tp fanec the iittl*
frocks^ b-t are ord rary safeties sr-e-
ctai'y «©:d washed fee the firro«
P easa-t \!« for *«t*e'
A loca ait ho- west to tke h-ary
to get a eery d ti own latest boc-k.
He tad a fri«^i wi t fe;= la Fata
ar-d F.ssirg la*" he ed Yes.
air." atswtred the hrar.ar rrc=r: y
"Bat if de res kr cw «HkWt c*
irj'" "Hi rever S«a o-l jet' —
C-* reiand L**dec
1 Drains Vitality
• Y rr f'-^fsBUT do *\xv\ correct tho
• A:, j - ' - -rv *
- . r - cf rje : 2.*.: 1 vhich employ doc« not (lopcnd
• co rc«r o*b jsdgVMHit; it It te line M >1 dlVtlopttUktl In
2 v sfjy isd fc* "lis re--fon : mneids ::sel( to loading phvilclanw
• To® iie . crdiillj inTiied to camlt us.
Coffman Optical Co.
S West Main Street
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