South Pottawatomie Progress. (Asher, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 5, 1912 Page: 4 of 8
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SO. POTTAWATOMIE PROGRESS
H. R. Putnam, Editor.
Entered as second-class matter April 1. 1911.
at the poet office at Asher, Oklahoma, under
the Act of March 3, 1879.
| not a socialist must look upon all
socialists with abhorrence.
That is the block Mr. Resell is
! stumbling over. Putnam is not
a socialist; but unlike the editor
of the Messenger, Putnam is
aware that many of these socialJ
Issued once a week at Asher, Ok
Subscript ion $1.00 per yea r.
Cony for aUverU>m« and all em n-s,............... >>'" are mighty good fellows, SifTl
should reach this office not later Ilian Tuesday c(‘i'ely in earnest Ulld entitled to
evening each week.
in and to
! the right to believe
! preach socialism.
The greater part of the Mes-
senger article, at least the part
Probably Mr. Resell, of the
Earlsboro Messenger, will bedis- j
appointed win n he i < ads om i< , altogether taken up with ep- j
ply to Ins spasm; hut the fact is , . . , , . J
we can’t get down to his level,
which we would have to do in or
der to reply in kind.
Our reproduction last week
ithets, is a misleading statement
of Putnam in the Wanette news-1
‘ paper field and an attempt to;
j deposit a halo of glory upon Mr.
Reach’s head because Putnam |
saw tit to sell his printing plant
what purports to be the oath of1 in Wanette to Mr. Little. We do
a Knight of Columbus is calling not consider this matter to be of
forth some comment. We have j enough importance to our read
been hopeful that someone would ers to be worth going into details
and we will drop it with the
statement that Mr. Reach’s ver-
sion is wide of the truth.
We were in hopes, when we
published the little article in inf-
erence to Mr. Resell’a comments
on Wayland’s death, to open up
a series of arguments with the
editor of the Messenger, but we
seem to have-stirred up some-
take the defense in denial of the
genuineness of the “oath." We
will he pleased to publish an ar-
ticle from a defender, especially
as tlit‘ so-called oath lias been go
ing tlic rounds of many papers
and lias been given much public-
ity, until it seems to us that in
fairness the other side should
have a hearing. Lot someone
with authority come
with a defense or denial.
The Asher Progress doesn't
think tin1 victory of Woodrow
Wilson amounts to much. Says
the Progress: “Wilson wins
with only 5,815 more votes than
Bryan.” The Progress reminds
usofthe old fellow who heard that
the Hood had drowned his wife
and six children, but found they
iiad been saved, though his house
had floated away. “All”, said
he, “it wasn’t much of a shower
after all.”—McLoud Observer.
Look here, son Dudley; tote
fair. You don’t give the sense
of the Progress article, and you
know it. You don’t give the
Progress, or the old man either,
a square deal. That old mTtn
had his wife with him, visiting
over in the Tribbcy neighbor
hood, and it was liis mother-in-
law and six step children lie
heard was drowned. You can’t
blame him for being disappoint-
ed, some, when he found them
all there, alive. Now get tilings
as they are, next time, son Dud-
ley. Stick to facts. Tell the
truth; tin' whole truth.
forward thing putrid. To judge from the
smell tlie Messenger office needs
fumigating. Epithets are not
argument. We don’t mind the
“pinhead,” nor tlie “2x4;” but
Oh, that “humunculum;” how
mad that does make us.
The editor of the Messenger
appears to lack mentality suffic-
ient to enter into an argument
und attempts to cover his mental
deficiency by resorting to hurl-
ing epithets. We can’t help
feeling sorry for him, however.
He can’t help it. He didn’t have
a word to say about what was
} put into or left out of his think-
j box at the making.- Poor fellow.
Oil, Goodness! What a disturb-
ance our little comment on edi
tor Reach’s Wayland article lias
raised in the sanctum of the
Earlsboro Messenger. In the
issue of Nov. 28, all the first page
of tlie Messenger that is not ih
cupied by advertisements and a
large portion of the last and onl,\
other home printed page, is de
voted to calling Putnam a 2x4,
pinhead and “humunculum of a
tiling,” and to the explanation of
what Mr. Resell regards as Put
nain’s attempts to “crown him-
self king of tlie newspaper field”
in the southern part of the conn
ty. Three-fourths of the entire
available home news space of the
Messenger is given over to this
tirade against Putnam, and it
must be interesting jeading foi
the Messenger readers u ho prob
ably never heard of this partiru
lar Putnam before and us the ar
tide that so stirred up Mr. Resell
is not reproduced, they must be
wondering what is causing the
Messenger editor to have such
violent fits. He hardly refers to
Wayland except when lie accuses p,
Putnam of “joining the red rag
gang,” which confirms our Salt
Creek correspondent’s opinion
that the Messenger editor takes
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Back again -after a long ab-
Ilea_ltli very sjodl at pre*»nt
Mr. and Mrs. Monnot ate
Thanksgiving dinner at Mr.
School commenced Monday at
Anna and Agnes Monnot were
the guests of Daisy Ray.
Waller Ray and wife and Mrs.
the false stand that every person Tnomas of Hazel, were the
guests of Tom Ray Wednesday
We wish to congratulate the
new married courle; Harry
Sharp lind Jennie Roberson.
Wishing them a long and happy
Geo. Carey and wife of Topeka,
Kails., are visiting their relativ-
es, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Mitchell.
Toni Ray was in Hazel on bus-
iness Thursday and Friday.
Joe Engle and wife visited at
Monnot’s Sunday afternoon.
Health good at present.
I guess they think tlie writer!
from this place is gone.
Some of tlie farmers have
gone to plowing while some have
to move before they can go to
I work. '
J. M. Robins sold between
U) and 30 bales of cotten last
week to Tom Valines for 12.30
.D. A. Tartar and Charley
Bettis have gone to work at the
carpenter trade at this place.
?$ain Milburn lias built a new
house on his farm one mile
north and half west of this place
and will move to his new home
J. H. Hines is having a new
house built. We can only guess
who will live in the new house.
J. M. Robins lias ginned about
000 bales of cotton this fall.
The box supper Saturday
night was good, they got $37.48.
Walter Little left for Johnson
Co., Okla. to buy land. Walter
is going into the real estate
Misses Vertie Champion and
Zettie Robins visited relatives
in Maud. Monday.
Dovie Hines happened to bad
luck last Saturday night, her
fellow turned his buggy over.
He must have been telling her
that he was tlie only pebble on
John Singleton and wife of
Lawton, Okla., visited relatives
heae a few days.
A. S. Wooten and C. D. Hatli-
cock are attending court this
Alvin Archey and Lee Simp-
son attended the box supper at
| Fair View Saturday night.
Lon Simson happened to bad
luck Saturday, he got his arm
The party at Earl Green’s
last Thursday night was good
and all had a good time.
Meals and short orders serv-
ed. You can step into Mundy’s
at any hour and got a nice order
cooked just as you like it. Eggs,
oysters, steak, chili, anything in
tlie market served at moderate
prices. Meals 25 cents. Come
in and try our service. Mundy’s
Restaurant and Short Order
' I juiicli (’ounter.
George Bantlia Jr., who lias
been working in an oil mill at
Maiigum, lias returned home for
W. W. Hollandsworth left here
last Tuesday enroute to the
Soldiers’ Home at Leavenworth’
Ivans. From there lie expects
to go to California to spend tlie
winter. He will Rtop off at
Phoenix, Ariz., where he will
visit his sons.
Subscribe for the Progress.
WE have bought from the Eagle
Mills one carload of the
highest quality Flour that
we have bought since the
year 1907. We hope that
this Flour will prove the
best that has been sold in
Asher for several years.
Try some, and if not satis-
factory report to us.
United Doctors will be at
Tuesday, December the 10th
ONE DAY ONLY
Remarkable Success of these
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by the State of Oklahoma, for
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of men, women and children,
offer to all who call on this trip,
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f ree, making no charge whatever,
except the actual cost of medi-
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for these valuable services is
that every person treated will
state the result obtained to their
friends and thus prove to the
sick and afflicted in every city
and locality, that at last treat-
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are reasonable sure and certain
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These doctors are considered
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in many cases it is hard indeed
to find the dividing line between
skill and miracle.
Diseases of tlie stomach, in-
testines, liver, blood, skin, nerv-
es, heart, spleen, kidney or
bladder, rheumatism, sciatica,
diabetis, bed wetting, leg ulcers,
weak lungs and those afflicted
with long standing, deep'seated,
chronic diseases, that have
baffled tlie skill of the family
physicians, should not fail to call.
If you are troubled with Piles
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Don’t wait for more serious com-
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dangers of this cruel disease,
act now. Tlie United Specialists
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and even operations have utterly
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According to their system no
more operations for appendicitus
gall stone, tumors, goitre or cer
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among tlie ffrst in America to
earn the name of “Bloodless
Surgeons” by doing away with
the knife, with blood and with all
If you have kidney or bladder
trouble bring a two ounce bottle
of your urine.
Deafness often has been cured
in sixty days.
Remember, this free offer is
for this trip only.
Married ladies must dome with
their husbands and minors with
About six miles of the Little
River drainage ditch have been
completed. Tlie dredge boat
and crew are now about four
miles from McComb. The en
tire length of the ditch when
completed will lie about 21 miles
—from tlie west line of the
county to tlie east line.—Tecum-
Tlie Thanksgiving day foot ball
game resulted disasterously for
tlie Asher team, tlie score being
something like 48 to 0 in favor
Toy Gilstpap was a visitor
with homo folks here Thanks-
'T'HAT Little Boy or Girl of
1 yours will soon out grow
their childish ways,—you
have not had their pictures made
since they were in long dresses.
Yon don’t exactly want to keep
them as they are—but you do
want to keep the memory. See
the Photographers of your town,
Snider & McMullin.
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Putnam, Henrietta. R. South Pottawatomie Progress. (Asher, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 5, 1912, newspaper, December 5, 1912; Asher, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc859130/m1/4/: accessed May 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.