The Sentinel Leader. (Sentinel, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 14, Ed. 1 Friday, October 31, 1913 Page: 1 of 6
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TENTH YEAR, NO. 11
SENTINEL, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, OCT.:* I 191
Mexican Situation Serious.
Granite Wins Game.
ARE RIGHT -
If your Bank account is carried with us, your
deposits are absolutely Guaranteed by the
STATE GUARANTY LAW, and we Guarantee
you prompt and courteous treatement.
—The Oklahoma State Bank—
C. H. Griffith, Pres. J. R. DeBusk, Cash.
E. A. Dunlap, V. Pres. L. D. Callaway, A. Cash.
Regarding the situation in
i, Mexico it can be said that the
jj tension is greater at the present
time with no hope of immediate
last resolution has been in prog
ress. Gen. Felix Diaz lately re-
turned to his native land from
Fratree, got no further than Vera
Cruf., where fce is quartered with
his Wife who is ill, ar*<3 Gen. Kaz
has resisted all invitations from
Prcs Huerta to 4sit Mexico
jCtty. It is said that Gen. Oiaz j
Who is a brigadier General in
the Mexican army, is a virtual
I prisoner and that plain clothes
j officers apo watching his wove-
•.nents niffht and day from the
| streets «r;d from the roofs of the
1 adjoining buildings
In the classic play Damon and
Pythias, Pythias has ascendvd
the scaffold rea<iy for the roo e
Jto be placed around his neck,
while his . istracted relatives
The First ffe
relief, than at any time since the, ,,
last revolution k-oo stretch and crane their necks to
see dpwn the road rt;achin-
out on the plains, frantically call-
ing for Damon to return for the
salvation «f his friend, who
stood hostage for him while Da-
mon went home to bid jgoodbje
to his wife and baby. Finally,
1 when the scene gets to a break
lag tension, a cloud of dust be
comes visible on the horizon and
finally the figure ofaman breaks
through into sight and Damon
staggering from exhaustion reels
up to tbe f-ot of the scaffold in
tyrne t' save the life<©f his friend
and defeat the villiaw. LastFr -
day afternoon there'was given a
modern version of this noted
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR
Rejiort of the ('ondition of
s! Gank at Sentinel, State of Oklahoma
-At the Close of Business Oct. 21st, 1913
„ On the 25th
Imiml.—il———inSt' a" t'le Can^-'dates present
a i1 the etpital gathered tfeat af-
COMPANY ||atthc«a of'^Isident Hulrtakra7thatfuAi8h<!Sthe ince"-
> I to disccss questions relating the Kn,gths of Pythias.
Owned by Home People. Not in I,"ef8*'Jreco"ckctof"" e ,tef,w,taB team WCTe
the Cotton or Cottonseed Trust.
Patronize Home Folks and Your
Money Stays at Home.
I the future contact of the candi-f .
da es. The agreements announc-' ln amy,e tifne with the
ed in general terms by the proc-!|''exce?ftl0n of five of the leading
lama<Son of Gereral Huerta were?mem>bers wlw wore supposed to
oc j be'orc the road with an antiquat-
, ! ed gas wagon. Time passed as
y l;it "
That the candidates abide
the *x>ults of the voting Should
any candidate 6e shown to have
polled enouerh^otes toeonstitute
Our plant is in l'irst class condition. We have tin-
best J.nner in the country. (Uncle Dick Hudepeth.)
All Cotton goes through the Hart Cleaner and
Good Machinery, Good Men
All Home Folks.
to handle yoer Cotfot,
'iAis , a way of doing and 3
Drive Direct to the Farmers'
and Get the Best Results.
B. M. NEWTON
o'clock came and -still they fail-
ed to show <ap and many were
tstitut3 his ejection, the others; l^6 anxioy* lowers sighting
are'to'assist &:n in pacifying the | d°Wn Thirdfstreet and finally af-
couas rv and piac'fng it on a sound' tfr ^ tin>c setfor the £a« e a
finaR :ial and industrial basis, i Was Ten ™ the distance,
On the otler iand. shot Id there > '3Ut was lSt€amand smoke
not&e enou^Ja votes c «t to. fiffl l®0TRbined *nd the ancient pas
th- requirements of the law, and " "er how 'n^ht and painful-
| the (elections ior that re ason be^y 'iimPed into the
detfared of no cffect, all thoae BK,n part town amid the
concerned are to aid Get. Huerta! CtffrS of the 'Granite rooters,
in every way (possible to accom-1. kneT <?hat ,fheir nest men
plish the same ends, pending the JUSt.r° thfm no mat"
calfcig and balding of Dew elec-l^ lf CnseI fste tried to ruin
tions. The conference was at thern> Th* Granite boys were
tended by Frederico <Gamboa. n0t to * Jodgefi br their €0^-
presidential candidate of the |^eyances for they Proceeded to
Catholic partj-. David De I a.' Up. ^^'neT* High Schoil
Fu«rte, Liberal republictn candi- |3qaad m a *bort«™i businesslike
J ' " - ~ ' nwmner, to the tune of 19 to 3.
YOUR GROCERY BILL
s an important factor in deciding whether you will save
nything during the year. We have a complete and
fresh line of Groceries, and we can arrange yourCrocery
ccount so as to save ymi money at the end of the year
City Delivery. Phone 108.
WE HANDLE NEW STATE GOODS
Ingle-Morris Grocery Co.
Sentinel, - Okla.
Our boys shouW not go. how-
ever, without commendation, for
they did extrem^y well consid-
ering this being their first game
tf'the season and very little prac-
tice being done. The Granite
scores were mafie in the first
date; Minuet Calero, of the
1 ibsral party,; Jose Maria Re-
quena, vice presidential candi-
date on the ftsfeet with Gen. Fe-
ijlix:S>iaz; Gen. Eugenio Gascon,
Dr. Gregorio Mendizthcl, and
I Jesus Flores Magon th<e oth^r'
vice presidential candidates Th«( W1, , c ^
; conference is said to hare been' and Sewt?1ner« in the last
[ harmonious a1i the c<mdidat<~■; hal^ which shows that Sentinel
, pleading themselves to tht agre-- has a team that has power be
ment' j hnrfl it and with a little more
* practice can hai $e anything
We are making- n special sale Ithis way. Thev will
[ on om- Joseph W. Moon •trm.'gies1P A !^orde" ^ the near future,
for the next fifteen davs If you |
y'mZ^y." We "ffl save! 'il.'," **ng to buy a bue-
Rnlnn R l'• 3 0Ur sPecial
Kolon Bros. pnee'cn a Joseph W. Moon.
Ijoans and discount
Overdrafts, secui"rl and unsecured
U. S. bonds to scr-n, ■ circulation
ti. S. bonds to s.iv.1 ■ i'ostal Savings
Premium on U. H. bonds
Ronds; securititr-, i
Hanking1 hous<>, fm n'turc and fixtures
Due from approved reserve agents
Checks and other cash items
Notes of other national banks
Fractional paper currency, nickels and
Legal-tender notes .
Hills of exchange (cotton)
Redemption fund with U. S. treasurer
Capital stock paid in
L ndivided profits, less expenses and taxc
National Hank notes outstanding..
Individual deposits subject to check
Time certificates of deposit
Postal Savings Deposits
Cashier's checks outstanding...
.. 1, "i i7?'6T)
- -'50 uo
25 H.T? 89
, 15,711 53 •
. 1,390 00
17.820 !)2 65,721.16
i'irculation). 1.250 00
2,15(5 79 ,
25,000 00 ;
. 25,000 (K)
- - 1,366 64 '
State of Oklahoma, i
< Vwjnty of Washita, f ss
I, F. M. Potter, Cashre • of the above named bank, do solemnly
rwear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and
F A. Mosher, President.
Suhscnl)ed and sworn to before me this 27th day of Cci. 1913
[SEAL] j s. Wiley, Notary Pul lie
-«y coinmission expires February 20, 1917
- OOftRLt'T- A1TF.ST:
m. l. moshkb,
f. m. Potter,
Young's Dray & Transfer
j „ .. Baggage Hauled Promptly
kin** °f Dray 7rk- Moving pianos and household goods a
Agent Pierce Oil Corporation
aBBe " ' (Hi Station, 110.
Five People Killed in Well
It May Be Your
That Has That Case of Eye Straini
Champ Clark Returns.
Champ Clark returned fnm
Mineral Wells Saturday morning
■accompanied by Mr Hearnp. a! Frederick Okla Orf 9«
l««pifaTist of Bplton Texas Mr m a t. V 8'~
Hlark looks like th* Mineral U an' f°rmer mayor of
. andin Fredenck: J- °- Waggoner, for-
...... „ ^ sn weil; mer chief of police, and three
e that hp intends to m*ike thaf other men were killed and two
Child Tured her?T-d-
• I I 1'ist nfpnd d to make a flvine m°rn'?? " a cavern of many
£ t'in < n bnsiripss. anfl will rptorn t0RS0' "ric^ wa". concrete, der-
g MomlavpveriinfT. However. Mr. rick work, wooden timbers and
to have the
This is to notify any one who owes us i past due note n*
Moant at Sentinel an,1 Rocky, Okla.. that same must Z
tTo'n !e^°T 'h' 1913' Weshal1 take wh:,tever ac
on we think necessary to collect what is not paid at that
W. Graves Company,
John Ode 11, 1 borer.
| Robert ^ ilson, laborer.
! Geo, S. ells, laborer.
' The injured:
Alva Dean, son of M. A
ed, internal injuries, may die.
None of the bodies of the deac
men had been recovered at
j late hour Tuesday night although
'-.nrdrrds of volunteer laborers
were working in an rffort. to re-
niiVa- u d i 1 ^ «!! 'irorr. to re-
OliverH. Brewer, chest crush- move the dt l ris from the well
C'arV will be bark s"nn Rt. dirt at a new well being ern-
1 SSa hn?:pr^, structed at tbe.city waterworks
_ Don't you think it wise .. __
eyes of your children examined in prep- 'i and will tiifp the timr/o75l >,• -
>n for the hard strain on them when school opens? To 8 friends o-nn^ye f pfn e !«>vin^! P'Mt' rnen were dawn in
where to go is as important as anything else. . We II?r anr} Mrc ^ We"' thirty*five feet from
Lr„. n„. „„ .. .. .. . . , s havp hp^n f f Washita tlie surface, constructing a brick
; "ur name is all the Rinde you need. It means the best g fo, when 1))e accj^nt ™
•'■rything Optical and we sell at perfectly reasonable I t,me flrd hosts of f-i#> i^s;tUrr d.
Pri'"'s- Send your child to us. I'I The«,' d:
Wont A. Dean, 50 yrs. of age
Ur- A. W. GRESHAM
Officc Surprise Store,
Sentinel, Ckia. S '/■-i
' J do"t
ypqi-S Rprp n- rinrW hnc
thp lp"rMorcriim>c ;n fj,p rf)i contractor
•e th"1 fnvn apH wa- ^o-n
pn^rrrJsim/^r^oll.ti,.^ - an|. f0reman
J, O. W iggoner, 45 yrs. assist-
We will gladly refund the purchase price of any
article bought from us that is unsatisfac-
tory in any way.
Kxtra Good Values This Week In
HOT WATER BOTTLES AND FOUNTAIN SYRINGES.
The Sentinel Drug Company
IX BUSINESS FOR YOUR HEALTH, At d Hero to Stay.
Lay aside all
worry ol 152
ood for bod
and mind at
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Forster, Warren D. The Sentinel Leader. (Sentinel, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 14, Ed. 1 Friday, October 31, 1913, newspaper, October 31, 1913; Sentinel, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc273273/m1/1/: accessed June 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.