The Sentinel Leader. (Sentinel, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 14, Ed. 1 Friday, October 31, 1913 Page: 2 of 6
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!ke clack jack.
:w ca Pi
an the Bow
near Fa" '
was all but abandoned
• and Thompson farm
t--en put to work in
peanuts, the magia
crop, anc i ! is expected that will
ihov. greater :!>an any of the
adjacent land that was looked upon
is of excel' nal fertility
one of the owners of
"if jnntc agent in Ok*
He 2nd his partner,
n) •"-• :r farm. b'Jt The
d to cultivate thirty
k act land that ap-
• per: quality, where-
^ land to
jne 1. and are antici-
■ paUng a crop that will yitiu from 5
Although this fieid of peanuts has
! received but two installments of
■ r-.re. That of 'he rains which fell
about Julv 1 and Sept 6. the peanuts
| ire developed, and will earn mere per
i i<Te than arv of the othes acres on
the farm that is being cultivated by
Th > success attending the effo. .s
|af the citv men in planting peanuts
• nu had a marked effect upon the
'farmers of the section arouni Fal ls,
and bids are already being made b>
farmers for the Bowers crop of ?ea-
nets for seed purposes next spring
The object lessen wherein black-
k and can be trade to bear peanuts
r a profit that wi'.l compare with
•hat of frcps raised on the b<-st hot-
•ora farms, points to peanuts becom
i ng a principal crop of the state
Here, in my wife's preeenca
kno-r iynT cards. Show yours. -
SUu&^ui strayed, as
chance, to Grace's ghastly face.
"Welir urged Mark. "Speak op!
We're waiting !"
At sight of the mortal terror in
Graces eyes. Siandish checked
words that were on his lips. Turning
ToB Sentinel School Literary-
thi. township that arc making Ambrose HJlett left for Ver-
, at* t..cL are non. Texas, last week and Thu...-
this method. Mr. Ram- day entered the employ of the
Wnat naps the -argest '
/ • - l ;~a following i
crowd a. a roee'ms: o Us and fahiily were very m-,u. Gilbert Grocery Company of that
£ Pub. hrin their ne*hi.- .ndU- R W Mjjt —
li" School building last Friday their friends are sorry to lose'from Vernon Monday morning
sway from the domineering man who lQ ^ear tfoe pn^ram r<n them.
tSCtfjiSS- r 1SJ2
A Novel by p^fon
William G de Milk's Play
Illustrated wfiPrtcT'ryi jfrP/qy
Dwmgt & VLfiamer
so truculently confronted him. he mut
"IH choose my own time!"
"1 thought so!" scoffed Mark.
"You re licked. This is your last right.
From tonight you're s dead man. po-
litically And if we have to hunt oat a
woman or two to keep you dead, well
Van Dyke had c lanced from the tele-
phone list to his -vatch.
•"We've just time enough to catch
the last editions of the morning pa-
pers."' said he "I told Jennings to
bold a wire ready—"
■What?" exclaimed Standish. "You'll
go ahead without the Woman's name V
"Yes," answered Van Dyke. "Since
we've an absolute certainty, now. of
getting it. We can afford to do that
and publish the nam-: tomorrow
Jennings to ser. 1 out the story. Tell
him we're holding the Woman's name
and that we won't give it out unless
S-andish denies the story. By the time
he can get his denial in print we 11
have the name."
"Good!" asserted Robertson, catch
tag up the telephone. "Hello! Give
, Am'rose is a very model young
dered by member? of the literary man an(j has been in this vicini-
society. Many were compelled The information has just l>een j ty praCtiCaMy all his life and no
t - stand ow ini to the vast throng received by the Leader to the ef- • y0un<? man in the t<>wn is more
but those who did so thought feet that John D. Terry, who isjpopuiar and better thought of
they were still well paid for the now in Valparaiso, Ind.. was I than he i3i He has been in the
trouble of going a:d even stand- making same very high marks in | grocery business for several
ing after they heard the excel- tests of the voice at that place. vear3i" first with the Hulett &
lent program "which was render' The latter part of last month he'Tu?gje Grocery Company and
e0 " ' * tried out for the Chapel Choir later wjth the R. W. Hulett &
The Drogram was opened by a, and Glee C!ub a«d was one of' Company, but the uncertain
few evening remarks by Prof. G twelve who p*>sed. out of one, state ofaffairs of that firm made
A Li tie i crimti (lent of the hundred. The director then of- it advisable for him to seek em-
chools who laid before the au- fered him a position in the Chris- payment elsewhere. Mrs Hu
iience many points of interest tian church choir when twelve lett. formerly Miss Gertrude Por-
Te"l regarding the school and gave j ^ had failed to get it. Men ter, will remain in Sentinel until
Lu * • j streS3 upon the impor- of authority on voice culture say Mr Hulett has selected and ar-
^ce of literary work in the pub that his voice is exceptional and ranfifed for their new home in
rcr'toote and the necessity 0f should have specal t^ninpr- His the new town. These young
' ,on of the parent, Wends here will bs very glad to
hear of his future advancement
in this line. There is yet other
in the work.
rirst numbers of the ^pro- tajent jn jn Sentinel and a
CHAPTER I - Congressman P*ir.Vsfc _ '
r: i.-. t-r isn t tner? *- • —
love, mm i a "... wee* the whole lot of you for a ai
1 • -. &c.—,-ert. >' - : : < ^i.aer
u,..; .. T.-r Wv-T^r. ; to ;.:otcs: iga;:.s* suet 'J=e
UMr f*:t test IM -.«* no: i-.e fuadtsb £. . na;r<.? You've jast
t£ < c&i'u lte;r tn«agerr.-^t ; tiaiaist.
CHAPTEP. n-War.(!a K?!'.v. t?lepy-r.« 1 nam
girt at the Hctei K«*.tk ...... i
Vcrre-i tv To* s '. ' poiit: ,al
U*t ' ~ Ht !*s s*rr*M*
acc it a.
" ?] a
Mark!" begged Grace. "Oh. I Im-
"No, no!" reiterated Grace wild'.y.
lik*: turning from him to Blake. "Father!
ss in Tou won't allow this? Please! For
voice my sake—"
■> : Hello!" Mark was calling into the
transmitter. 'That you. Jennings?
Tr.:s is Robertson. Is that Standish
consisted of re itations, ^^ ^
songs and piano selections by bad thing at all.
ks. Mrs. Richmond.
instructor in piano, gave two se-
i- ons which were loudly ap-
plauded and greatly appreciated.
Then the debate created no little
amount of excitement and was
home Glee Club would not be a ,
folks were very popular with the
younger set and will be sadly
missed, but will carry the good
wishes of their friends for their
• - - r1-.-<** j5 -re of the I
e-t rcverist 1
. r - i :.er father. Ccr.-
E K f. Cuufia——"
r: : ts fi-.-.g tr.c
■ _« . - :n ir.ter-su
■ . ;« T: - -tchine Is eekin«
, • . '.si .2 tie
ot JItl b'.-A
•f the ri .
•f poahias the : 1 ihraBSB.
cbaitsb : v -bommi
Jlzz BlAkr ar.c iter's c^r.i: t* . r
Maker sf the k.ausc. trie* to win =tar.-
4i>f. ■ v r ani 'a-hns. thr««teiis to dt£
to to his past.
CHAPTER V-Jim Blake finds oct
«Sout the p!sode A five y®ars ba-k at
the r.arhern New Tork hcte!. He se-
•ttre* ail the except the nans c.
the Woman sad proposM to use the stop-
ss a c!ut to fores Standish to a.Iow i..<-
bill to &ASS-
CHAPTER VI—Tom niaJts anl nts vs.-r.-
sr haw a family row over the fat- ri
Ut1cal theories. Jltn Blake sends for
she's of good family. That she has a
to lose. And ycu answer: Po
Utica) necessity!' You know this ?t r
will destroy at lesst two lives. Prob
ably several more. And again you an-
swer: 'Political necessity!' You L i -
the power to ruin these lives. If :
use that power. I tell you now, one
and all—my father aa well as the r - *
—I'm ashamed to have breathed the
sane air with you!"
' Good night. Tom." drawled
no: so much as troubling to glance in
hi? irate son's direction.
"No," corrected Tom, "good-by "
"It's up to you," yawned Blake.
•Good-by." "reiterated Tom, stamp rou—"
ing from the room ard slamming "What's that. Jenning.r
out-r door of the suite behind him, saTr-g orer the wire. "« l t«i 7™ , . , t Cimnlv 1
r am Robertson and i am speaking for man in Sentinel. « ny. simpiy t
Mr. Blake. What do yos ssy yo« vsotf ^cause he i> the luckiest Last,
• .- ready" All right—can you sure- y interesting and instructive.
The -abject wes, "Resolved
in the big cities—what's thatr "That the modern times produc-
• Mr. Standish!" appealed Grace ^ mQre great men than the an-
br^Bteke!" exclaimed standish. "You cient times." The decision was
don .jare publish that story without rendered in favor of the nega-
:he Woman's name." .• _:j-
In less than five minutes," retort^ *1 " t. . , . . u.ij
Blake glancing st the dock, 'VU bs The meetings are to be held
oo late for the morning yapsra Ws'U every other Friday evening anc '
<*- " invited and urged!
with 'sudden vehemence, *1 wn to be present.
$100,000.00 TO LOAN.
I have plenty of Money for Farm Loans. Rates and
terms as good as can be had.
See, write or phone me before placing your Loan.
G. A. W. Fleming, - Cordell, Okla.
OHice over Farmer's National Bank.
B. B. Young is the happiest,
CHAPTER VTI-He lays strap to secure
the name of the woman. H- ti..s M.-s
Kelly that he :s going to have i talK w:tr.
and '.hat at Its cor:- :: r. t -
latter «-i" esD a nnmber tn the tj -
phor- « .. • '.Vomaa. He 0....5
iOii Kelly %: > f r that n-T.h-r.
CHAPTER VI!I—At the conclusion of
the 1 r - -: - w;th i Stan - "i a
few njinut'« later Robertson tells Mias
Kelly to -... I . t'X-l 1 nd h,;s w.fe
•r or.-: . f -r vs - ;
CHAPTER:: Lrs s •
his love f
row en? ;'
<: - .
him ul: .
shier. Grace, ar-
- .v.-mor Rcbert-
... . Kr^.- for Stan-
jmis-3 to entertain
CHAPTER x::-Miss Kelly calls on
Grace t war- her that her good name
Is threatened :• the impending exposure
•f S-r.- .:-.i for her fi.-.s
CHAPTER X1X1—Grace appeals to
•tanu sh to grve up the tigt: In order
*to protect her name. He refuses.
CHAPTER XIV—Grace sends for M:ss
K'-Ht for her ni4er4-«F n*i4
fte^H Wanda'§ &a#l#tanc^ Wanda 'e-
clar^-s she never betray the Woman.
CHAPTER XV—Grare pleads with Gov-
ernor Ro'oeruon to wlthholdjt:^ Standisn
story ft' *-'• s
CHAPTER XVI—The machine attempts
tagaln to for-« S'.ar.V.«h -" f •' ft t.
w.t'^'ijt B^ake ©a I is up A?-
•so^tated Pr«s« t. crier the pv.rl: it: - j!
the fry v— '.s r-jf off sil --rr.-
tlon is rest* r*-d I oo late U) get iue St'rT
in the mor:...-- papers.
the Woman. She
If I did," =
he politically ^
yon tonight it
id Standish. "I would
ad. You know.that."
ically dead, anyway,"
'It this etory will beat
■ beat you 20 years
from today. Particularly if tils Wom-
an proves to Y*—what shall we call
tt?—a trifle off color?"
"Ah! That hurts, does It? Then
it's probably tru*. If the Woman is
the kind "hat—chat would not do you
credit, you cao understand how much
more effective it will be."
"You are wrong!" denied Standish.
"She is of good family. She—"
"She may baTe been a good woman
■when you found her," said Mark. "But
there must have bees a bad streak in
her, somewhere. Yo« left her to sink
as low as 1 expect to flbd her had—"
"Drop that, Mark!" bsrst out Tom
Siake. jumping frosa Us Mat sad cos-
fronting his brother-in-law "D©at! I
ean't listen to it any loafer. SlandUb
im right. Whit you aea are doing is
rite. If you've got a acrap of
hood left in the whole baach of yoa, an empty threat
"Rie others stared after him in dui:
wonder. But an exclamation from theii
host suddenly shifted their attention
Grace'." cried Mark in surprised
She had come, unnoticed, from he:
hiding place behind the inner <!ooi
and was standing among them before
they were aware of her presence.
•Mark!" she panted. "I—I h"arc
what Tom said. And he was ng'.u
You must not—"
"Please keep out of thi.< Grace." re
questher husband :l
rassment. "You don't know any n.,
about it. You couldn't poss'lily—"
I do. she denied. "I've h :
"Gracc, dear girl," soothed L!
"This is muddy business ai V *. '
uo time for you to be her-. Yc i ll or.!.-
soil those pretty hand3 of :
"It is the time for ire to be hot
she declared. '1 can see this irow 1:
Woman's standpoint. You r. _
"There is nothing in common I
tween your standpoint and that ' tv.
foiaan we are talking about," prot -st
•"loin was right!" she persisted
"Ycu must not sink to using 'his :
The whirr of the buzzer iur«—r:
her. At such high tension " ■-* -
all that the sound made them turr
though to confront a phys: al r
enc" Neiigan strode to tfct .
ferred fot an instant with so n - o:
outside, then returned with a /
blue paper in his hand.
"The duplicate list of 0hMM
here from central," he an:.
turning over the pap- r to " ...
"Good," approved Blake. "Nc"
we'll get to what we're chasing. Ar '
we'll get it mighty quick."
Van Dyke and Neligan v r
poring over the sheet of r.
the lawyer had just sp. • 1
table under the lamp.
"Now, then, Standish." e?.i
ertson; "we're ready to
of these numbers lead3 di:
Woman. Well put a r-
tracing each one of them. In a few
tow at loefsct we wtU have what
want. And when we find the Woman
well lay bars every soiled page in her
life and In yours "
It was Standish who broke the mo-
"Very well, Robertson," he said
salmly. "I've dons what I promised
to do. And I have failed. You drive
aow to the use of your own
weapons. I shall hsve to fight ex-
posure with exposure "
-Me, as!" moaned Grace, incoherent
Mark Robertson had caught up
defiance and had stepped
to confront him
bar words. Mr. Standish." he
J can't catch it?"
"Blake!" continued Standish. T
wi.rn you 111 deny the story. And If
! c.->t the Woman's name youH—"
It, will you?" drawled Blake.
Hell! You haven't time to get a wire
be'"re they go to press. The storyll
b til over America before your denial
can leave Washington."
' 1 tell you." Mark was roaring l to
V.. transmitter, "that I'm speaking on
Wednesday night A. R. Collins J
had a prize board up in hia atore.,
having for a grand prize a$25.061
water set. The condition of the j
board was simply this: The man :
who punchpd No. 26 from the,
board received the prize, which;
stopped all drawing. If the first i
number di awn had been No. 25
-jennings says the company would have deliver
u! Hold the wire.
turning to Blake,
un't send ou-. -.v.,.-. s-.ory w>hout ed the set and the drawing ceas-
HOW ABOUT YOUR DRUGS?
Do you know thar we are the pioneer Drug-
gists of Sentinel? We have served many peo-
ple and our large patronage is proof of our
We Specialize on Prescriptions.
and our prices are reasonable.
COMPLETE LINE OF DRUG SUNDRIES.
BARTON DRUG COMPANY.
your personal orders. Ke knows your
ed. Well, back to the subject,
quite a large number of boys had,
gathered around, some of them :
taking several numbers, but all:
to no avail. The time was not
rine for the set to be given away .
for B. B. had not arrived yet. j
Jut here he co;nes. unassumingly
and submissive to the decrees of j
fortune, takes three draws and j
gets nothing. Oh! What sus
sense! Then taking his measure
merits fram the objective point, j
viz:, the unknown quantity, an-1
1 aiding each draw that had been .
made, he "dabs down'' says a few ;
mystic words, draws out the pop-
ular number right there in the |
sight of everyone. He says it j
as all in the mathematical cal
'c-ilations and not a chance by
, any means and no amount of per-
suasion can get him to change
his decision. He takes the set
The New York Life Insur-
and The Best
In The World
J. J. M'CURLEY, AGENT,
*=T , :
on the South Side of Main Street, four doors west of th
Oklahoma State Bank, is much more convenient to all, ar
to his wife for a Hallowe'en; I respectfully solicit your watch and clock repairing aiu
gift and states positively that he' jewci^ business. Call and see me.
' G. E. Jones, Jeweler, Sentinel, Okla.
cor 1. « .ts primary purpose.
John Ramsey was in town last j
week buying a new trunk and i
making arrangements to leave
Sentinel Mr. Ramsey had a sale j
at his present home on the Andy
the phone, that it is all right, hell go Anderson farm last week and
ahead Hurry. There'a only about a 0ut completely at good prices,
minute left.- Ramsey has what we consid
er the right idea of farming. He
"Hello, Jennings, This Is Blake."
oice. He says if you'll tell him, over
' femanded, "you threaten me? That's
There is nothing in
70a won't drag this Wamaa into yoar ay Uie you have not already shouted
<11rty schemes. I—" from the housetops.
"Oik," drawled FUtae wttfc the air e< *>• 100 ,ur®''
a rtei jy man bothera4 by a iy, "fw meeting Mark s
' warned Stand-
the lore of Mike, teat you butt ta! > th unconcern
The situation's punk enough m H ta. "What do you mean? Speak up!
without your laying four trophies of "Mf- 8tandlsh! pleaded jrace. T
idiocy at its feet." | beg—"
"IdiocyT" flared Tom. "Perhaps TT7'
a better term. Or ®,'B
.®c*bulary the two 1 *lT® yi
in* Tou men are * ^apon
leaders. The pub-
3f examples. And
ce.ll birr, V' c
' use. If yt
me. tell It ht
He handed the instrument
the table to Blake.
"Father!" entreated Grace, seising jgyg that there ia very little mon
Blake's arm. "Tor my sake, yew • • . arwi Bp|ljn(r
mustn't—" ey m raising crops ana seiling
"Grace!" snapped Blake. "I'm phuafc , iiiem ofi. He intends to raise
ashamed of ycru. You're acting like a 5^^, feed his Stuff and get^the
profit from it in the shape of cat-
Heiio—" tie and hogs. Back at his old
"Hold on. Blake!" ordered Staadish. home jn CoW|ey county, Kansas.
^w, the farmer, in re„tinIor
•eif with pain and fear. g farm, furniah the tenant with
Hello!" Rlake was eaHing wrath- ^fficient UveatOCk for him to;
fully. "Hello! What hi blue biases ,
f the matter? Tou'v, «t us off. ca ; feed up the crops raised, thereby |
tral. "Wir® won't work?" Tell yon It's giving back to ti e soil what 18
•,' J'k:-"7-^?7.1 taken from it and keeping it from
'Out of orderAnd I haven t sixty . _ •
seconds to wait! I mast!—what I— wearing out ine iarmers in
Oh. a of good your being sorry
JOHN K. MARTIN
Fire Insurance, Real Estate and Loans.
There will, in all probability, never be a better or
more opportune time to buy Real Estate in this state!
The logical time to buy is when property is Cheepest.
Some folks are discouraged and want to leave; some
need the money and others are in debt, and these
causes have their effect!
Cheap Houses, Lots and Farms
Have several first clsss bargains that will make you
money. Trade, ssle or exchsnge. Call and get list of
Office With Dr. Tidball,
In Opera House Building.
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