The Hartshorne Sun. (Hartshorne, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 11, 1909 Page: 3 of 8
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THE HAflTSHC .<NE SUN
J. JVI. Steele
Physician and Surgeon
Tende- s hisserviccs t<> the people
of Hartshorne and suaroundiu^
country. Calls answered
promptly day or night.
Residence southwest corner Nth
street and Pennsylvania avenue
Phone No. 90.
DR. J. s. ROBERTS
Otllce up-stairs ii Bond Block.
New Process Steam Laundry
HE S IMMUNS
Big Bill Bittncr Says Cigar-
ettes are Harmless to Men
Weighing Over 200
Big Mill I til ikt was here Sun-
day. II' had a cigarette between
his teeth. At first glance the re-
porter wasn't sure, lie thought
il might In' ;t piece ill c'Olirt plas-
trr. Init closer examination show-
ed that it was , cigarette.
Looking over tin 340 pounds
of Iii>uc and muscle and flesh
lluii comprise tlic physical make-
iip oi' ilr actor-manager. tlie re-
porter said with 1hat familiarity
which everybody feels for Big
All Kinds of Laundering and
E. F. YATES, Local Agent.
W. W. SAIWES,
Physician and Surgeon
Oalli left ut Tuells wlli have prompt ntf
A. E. CARLOCK
physician a surgeon
pi,one or Leave Calls at Savage
MONEY TO LOAN
ON FARMS AND IMPROVED
CITY REAL ESTATE.
See us for Rates and lerms
A. M. GOOCH ® CO
Buggies, Wagons and Farm Im
Pump rQ. Pipe work a specialty
At the old Loden stand
Hartshorne, Okla. Phone 44
M A WEEKS,
Office ov Tuell's llruir Store
A Duca Co.
Northwest Corner Penn.yv.ni. Avenue <H 6lh
0 Hartshorne. Ok .
Keep everv thing you may
need in general merchandise and
at the lowest price. We handle
the Famous Brown Shoe L<< s„
shoes which arc the best on the
market. As we have no hired
clerks or rent to pay we can sell
cheaper than anyone else in
business in the city. One trial
will convince you.
The Reason Why
I )o vuii know that you are
tearing down a lot of good work
that has been going on here
"Nope. I don't tear down.
Your I nele William is a builder
up. I never use a hammer. I
prefer a saw. Noticed my pi
of sawdust, haven't you ?"
".Mr. Lister has been here nil
the week, talking to the school
•eli ilhollt how cigarettes
still)t the growth of both body
and mind. Now if one of the
kids should see you he might
have doubts about it.
"lie needn't to," said the big
showman. ".Joe's giving them
the right dope. Cigarettes are
pi/.eii In kills. Cigarette smok-
ing makes them pale and yaller
and puny and hurts their bodies.
I don't know whether it hurts
what little mind they have or not
Your Fnclc Bill didn't smoke eig-
Hvitcs when be was :i kid. Not
on your tintype. If my daddy
had caught me smoking eigai
cites lie would have taken me to
the woodshed and worn out
barrel stave on me. I'd have had
to eat standing up for a month
"Of course at my age and siz<
I i-iii sinoki cigarettes without
getting very stunted. 1 try to
stunt myself now. It' 1 keep on
growing the railroads will he
charging me double fare and
would make me ride on the cow-
catcher. like Roosevelt ill Africa.
"You tell the kids that as
soon as they get to weigh 300
pounds or more it will be all
right to smoke the coffin nails.
Courtesy is Profitable
Have you ever noticed that the
fellows who run most of the big
concerns of the country are the
i.ties who always return courteous
If you address the president ol
railroad, be will listen attentive"
Iv and make a decent reply. But
on ask a civil question of the
lib at the depot in a 'common
uiiitn town and will get a
aart an flippant answer. Go
into a big city store and ask for
manager, lie will talk pleas
intIn and give you the desired ill
irniation. But happen to get
the way of bright young fel-
low who is washing windows and
he will hand you a package thai
II make your blood boil. But
up around twenty years later
ill the cub ill the depot may be
advanced until he is a brakeiuan
in a local freight and the win-
low washer will likely be driv
ing one of the delivery wagons
for the store. The president ot
the railroads and the managers
of the big concerns are the fel-
lows who, in the uowery days ol
their youth, acquired the habit
if returning soft and courteous
nswers. This is one of the rea-
lms they became railroad presi-
dents and managers of the big
inccrns. The cub \vlio knows
lore than the president of the
railroad, will always he cub, and
ie lucky window washer will be
olishing glass in the autumn of
his days.—Oklahoma City Times.
lata, and we believe that the
•en and the community have
been benefitted by the enlorccd
care ot the pupils' teeth. Ill
general, such enforced care leads
tn better physical teeth, and as
a result better physical health
and better mental power. More-
over. cure of the teeth ill people
of all ages helps to put a slop to
tuberculoses. We found among
tile children even of such a town
as Brookline that decay was very
prevalent; that while many of
the children had dental care of
some sort it was not always
scientific; in many eases no
thought of such care seemed to
.exist in the minds of the parents.
After the first examination of a
hibl's teeth we notified the par-
ents or guardian of our finding,
suggesting that the child be
taken to a practitioner, or, il
conditions did not allow that, wo
saw that the patient was sent
cither to the Harvard Dental
School or to the infirmary of the
Tufts College Dental School.
We Take Orders Here
for Fancy Lump Ooal
At $3.00 Per Ton Delivered Anywhere in the City. This
Coal is From Kline <0. Ryker Mine, Old No. 2.
Egg awd Nut Coal
$2.75 Per Ton Delivered. Leave Orders at Our Store
W. A. POLK, "ilr
.nvrwi.' - «■*"-*
Teeth and Tuberculosis.
The following is a list of lett
villaining in theis office uncalled
for during week ending on
November 8, 1909. and if not call
■(] for by November 22. 1000
same will be forwarded to the
Dead Fetter Office.
Buekhonon. M rs. < 'othem
Barber. W illie
Bradley, Jr. >1. 1*.
Innione, Mr. B. ( .
Crouch, .Miss .Mary
Howard, Miss Verna
Kanips. ^ ni.
Fcdaii. Mrs. Annie
Lawson, Mr. .1. N.
Miller. Mrs. Mae
Mont cry, N, L.
Salvmon, .Mr. Bruce
Stockton. Mr. Arthur
Taylor Miss Jessie 1>
Tary, Mr. Frank
White. Mrs. T. O.
Windsor. Air. ('. K.
When calling for the above,
please say "advertised.'
M. L. Thompson, P. M.
In this year's Harvard Summer
School session several instructivi
i veiling lectures have been given
v men well inform il in relali o
iii caring for children or te out
le of text book mutters Prof
Potter who is fi t teller ill tin
Harvard Dentai School. •:;a<" t<
the summer students several vain
able talks on the care of eliil
"Il s teeth. He said 1 bat, as in
other branches of medicine, p/i
venting was often more valui'bl
an cure. His examples of this
rt of prevention were taken
from the experiences of duct rs
and teachers in the public schools
if Brooklyn, wheree very pupil
undergoes a dental examination,
which is followed up by other in-
spections and reports as to the
interest and care which the child
receives from its parents.
"From our dental exainina
lions ill the Brookline schools."
he said, "we have gained vain
Whereas: Our fellow Council-
man Dan Hughes was on the
21st day of October. 1000. by the
decree of an all ruling providence
called from bis earthly suffering
to a home where pain and sor-
row are unknown, be it therefore.
Resolved: That in the death
ol Councilman Hugos tlihe ineiu
bers of the Hartshorne city e a i < i
fully recognize that tb"\ ha'.'
lost one of their members who
was a all times imbued ;th
spirit of doing all lie could for
the interest and welfare of the
citv and whose life and conduct
suffer no reproach.
R.solved: That the sincere
heart felt sympathy of the mem-
bers of this council be and are,
hereby extended to the bereav-
ed widow and family of our de-
ceased member whose loss, we
with them deeply mourn.
Resolved: That these resolll
tioiis be recorded on the minutes
of this council and that a copy
be delivered to the widow and
if the deceased.
Heiixzs Pickles. Sauerkrout and all
kinds of Staple Groceries at
The PARLOR Market
Don't forget that wc carry at all times the very best in
Fresh and Cured Meats
We Strive To Please
THE PARLOR MARKET
THOS. HYDE, Prop. PHONE 26
Most flour is just Hour -Sold on a price basis-
it may give satisfaction and it may not.
But there is a flour that's different—QUOOU,
the flour of quality Heard of "Queen"
haven't you? Never heard an unfavorable re-
mark, did you /
That extra quality marks the difference between
FLOUR and QUEEN FLOUR.
Slim Jim—"Hay there, Fat Man.
how fine and well you look
Pat Man—"Why shouldn't I, Jim,
1 m elitlag regularly at,
The best in Hartshorne.
Open "'1 night—all kinds of Short
J. A. JOHNSON, Prop.
Phone your orders to the Unioi
Meat Market. Prompt atten-
tion and courteous treatment.
The college girl's ideal of mar-
riage is an old couple in their
dotage that sit. and squeeze each
other's hands under the table all
through meal time.
Council Blufli. low , November 15-20
United States Land and Ir-
Chicago, III.. November 20-December 4
Chicago. III., November 27-December 4
National Corn Expo-
Omthl, Neb.. December 418
Full Information relative t< any or
all of the above on request
Geo. H. Lee, J. S. McNally
Gen. Pus. A«l Div. P « .
Lille Kock, Ark. OkUhomt City
Oil Thanksgiving Day the Bap-
tist Ladies will serve dinner in
the Chastain building on main
street, the one formerly occupied
by Mr. Jno. Hunt.
Turkey and all thai goes
make a first class turkey dinner
will be served.
Price '>0 cents for adults. For
hildrcn under 12 years, 25e.
Kills Her Foe of 20 Years.
The most merciful enemy I had
for 20 v ars," declares Mrs. James
Duncan, of Haynesvllle. Me. "wail
Dyspepsia. I suffered intensely aftei
eating or drinking and could scarcely
sleep. After many remedies hud tail-
ed and several doctors gove me up.
I tried Electric Hitters, which cured
me completely. Now I can eat any-
thing. I am 70 years old and am
overjoyed to get my health and
strength back again." For Indiges-
tion, I.oss of Appetite, Kidney 1 rou-
ble, Lame Hack, Female Complaints,
Its unequaled. Only 50 c at City
H. Mar tyn Company
Same material in 1 rousers $2.50 to $3.50
These goods are worth much more than
we advertise them tor.
H. Marty n Co,
Notice of Guardian Sale.
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i LISIIINd CO., 2201 Locust St.,
I St, Louis, Mo.
Notice is hereby given. I h,M
in pursuance of an order ol llie
Probate Court of Bryan Counly.
Oklahoma, the undersigned au-
thority as guardian ol the estate
of Isabelle and Owetn Stalling,
will on Monday the Filli da\ "I
November, 19(111, sell to the high
■st and best bidder for cash, sub-
ject to the confirmation ot said
Probate Court, the following de-
scribed real estate, to-wit : One
house and lots numbered Five
(5), Stx (ti) and seven (7 in
Block Forty-two (42i, in town
of Hartshorne. Pittsburg i oiintj,
That all bids for the above de-
scribed, property will be received
by the undersigned guardian, at
'Durant. Oklahoma, and on the
i 1 r>|h dii\ of November, 1909, at
,11, o'clock all bids will be con-
sidered.1 That all bids must be
,, aled and in writing, and de-
livered or mailed to Sam B. Ross,
(iiiardian. at Durant, Oklahoma,
.■lid the highest and best bidder
! will be declared the purchaser
land so reported to the Probate
i Court of Ury a n County, Oklaho-
1 ma. for confirmation aforesaid.
Dated this the 23rd day of Oet-
ibcr, 19(19. 34-3t.
Sam. B. Ross,
Ledgers, time books, and all
other kinds of bank books, in all
sizes, bindings and prices, Tuell's.
— i ^
For Coughs arid Colds
Troubled with a cough? A hard cold, bronchitis, so"\®
chronic lung trouble? There is a medicine made for ju t
these cases- Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Your doctor knows
all about it. Ask him wh:d he thinks of it. No medium
can ever take the place of your doctor. Keep m close
touch with him, consult him frequently, trust him full«.
No alcohol in this cough w licine. : c. Aw Co..Lowell.
"c f - i \r \ t directly on the liver, (jcntly lux^*
& SDo«. onWonfpill ' Sold 'lor ,u ly sixty -ars. Ask vour doctor about them.
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Allen, Jasper M. The Hartshorne Sun. (Hartshorne, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 11, 1909, newspaper, November 11, 1909; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc151700/m1/3/: accessed May 26, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.