State Sentinel (Stigler, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, April 21, 1911 Page: 3 of 8
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STATE SENTINEL, STIGLER, HASKELL COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1911.
G. A. I10LLEY
FRED H. FANNIN
HOLLEY & FANNIN
I Attorneys At law
| Special Attention to all
Business intrusted to us.
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T. H. DAVIDSON
Notary Public, Jus-
tice of the Peace.
Office in 111. bldg.
Stigler, - - Oklahoma
A FEW ITEMS OF INTEREST
* J. W. FOSTER
* ATTORNEY- AT-LA W *
2 Office in Illinois Bnildinac *
* STIGLER. OKLAHOMA *
J J. W. Fredericlf *• C. King *
t FREDERICK & KINO, Lawyers |
j Up stairs Itt new Stocker Building j
<. Will Practice lu all courts of Okla. £
* Stenographer and Notary Public
% In Office
Brown & lawrance
American National Bank Building
C. T. Mitchell g
Attorney at Law
Rooms 1, 3, 5, and 7, g
McClinton Building ft
STIGLER, - - Okla. g
C. A. PHILLIPS
Office Over Stocker's Drug
Dr. T. \V. McKinley
Rooms In Illinois Bldg Next
Door to Dr. Turner
S. A MERRIMAN,
KEOTA : : : OKLA.
GlY A. CIRRY Attoiney-At-law
Practice In all State Courts
Special attenton-^iven to ques-
tions of land titles. Quinton, Ok
S. E. MITCHELL, M. 0.
Medicine and Surtfery
Superintendent Public Health
of Haskell County
PHONE ) Residence- - -
(Office - - -
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I R.F.TERRELL, M.D.
J Office over First National
* Bank. Phones; Residence 27
♦ Office 39.
Dr. J. A. MOORMAN
All work guaranteed. Rooms
in First National Bank Bldg.
The Sapulpa Courier uses the . Tillie Clinger says that the reason
statement of a shoe manufacturer on . she is discouraged over her matri-
which to base an editorial demand- ' monial prospects is because slie has
ing whether or not women's feet are had only two proposals of marriage
growing larger. No matter what we j—one from a septuagenarian widow-
might think we emphatically say er and the other from her four-year-
"NO." old niece.
A toh of confetti is being brought
to Oklahoma City to be chucked
down the necks and thrown in the
faces of folk who come to the Aprilis
The Tulsa World inspires optim-
ism. It announces that greens are
becoming cheaper and prints the
figures to back up the statement.
Fiefta. And it will cause a million After all, there are a good many
giggles from the pretty girls and a
million curses from the chronic
New assortment of Art Squares
just in. Latest patterns.
Those Muskogee prize fighters are
Altus has a hen which lays two
eggs per day. And that IS some-
thing to crow about.
Stigler Camp No. 11790, MODERN WOODMEN
Meets every Wednesday
night at 8 o'clock
K. P. Hall. Visitors welcome
DR.T. W. McKINlEY V. C.
FRANK LeROY, Clerk
Prairie Grove No, Ti
Meets every second Tuesday after-
noon of each month at 2:30 at the
Masonic hall. Visitors welcome.
Mrs. Ora M.ni. Guardian.
Mrs. Georgia Teal, Clerk.
Stigler Lodge No. 121
A. F. & A. M. meets in the
Masonic Hall on the sec-
ond Tuesday night ofeach
Visitors invited to attend.
R. F. Terrell. W. M
T H. Harbour, Sec'y
Dr. R. M. Counterman
Physician and Surgeon
Office in First National Bank
Bldg. Telephones: Residence
139. Office 39. Stigler, Okla.
o T. B. TURNER, M. D.
g Medicine and Surgery
O Office upstairs in Illinois Build-
FOR SCHOOL riRMTURE
Desks, Maps, Charts, Etc.
J. C. POGUE, STIGLER, OKLA.
BARBER SHOP AND BATHROOMS
J. F. GAY. Proprietor
Front D o.o r North
Nice Accomodation, Regular Rate
8 W.T. Stewart, local Survyor 8
Q Locate land with full descrip- Q
X tion. General land surveying. <<
a C'hnrges reasonable. Residence 5
in three miles of Stiiflt i
You have been passing our estab-
lishment daily, and no doubt noticed
BEAUTIFULLY CLEANED GAR-
in our windows.
You concluded to bring in that
suit which really needs Cleaning, but
have-neglected to do so.
Let us eave you the trouble;
'phone us right now. We call for
and deliver. No extra charges.
Stigler Cleaning aud Dyeing Shop
D. B. Smith. Proprietor Rose Bldg.
TELEPHONE NO. 12.
Whoever invented that stuff about
"They can't come back" spoke a par-
able. If you don't believe it, ask
An Oklahoma City man is charged
with the theft of a stove. Why
should any man want to steal a
stove this kind of weather?
The new state officers are plying and different garments will be on sale
things that make life worth living.
Just received a car of Oliver plows
Dobyns-Lantz Hardawre Co.
"The election has passed. Now
lets get to the work of building
a better Vinita," says the Chieftain.
Was it as bad as that?
A recent "leave at once" order
has resulted in all negroes clearing
out of McLoud. There seems to be
a general exodus of blacks from Ok-
When yo« think of dressing up,
think of Forbes Co., for that is the
place to get the best at the most
The Baptist Ladies will have an
Easter Bazaar at First State Bank,
Saturday, April 15. Shirt waists
Anyway, when a man's nose is kept
on the grindstone he can't poke it
into anybody else's business.
Don't fail to see the new buggies
The sheriff at Enid has locked up
a certain drug store. May cause
some inconvenience, but it's a safe
bet the fellows will get along some-
how and fare pretty well. f
A Tulsa grocer, an honest, hard-
working citizen, is laboring under
the delusion that he has priority
claim to land in the heart of Dallas.
A "seeress" told him. Make your
I Palace Drug Co.j
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attorney general with more' ques-
tions than the original precocious
youngster who asks "Why?"
Keep the quality up, Hamilton
Brown Shoes at C. A. Vandagriff &
Co., Lequire, Okla.
An Okmulgee 3-year-old strangled
to death on a piece of corn bread.
This goes to prove that the young
should be taught to Fletcherize.
A Connecticut duck has gone into
competition with the Altus hen
which lays two eggs per day. The
duck is making equally good record.
A Bison butcher sings this joyful
lay in an ad: The rose is red and
the violet is blue. I sell meat that
you can chew." Dr. Fletcher and
Arion please note.
I want 1000 hens at once. Will
pay 9 cents per pound.
M. T. Forrester, at Poultry House.
A Muskogee deputy sheriff went
to sleep on the train and allowed two
prisoners to escape. What mean
men to take such an advantage of a
poor, tired limb of the law.
The country weeklies of Oklahoma
are singing loudly praises of Gov-
Cruce's spine. The governor's action
in forcing an economic administra-
tion is pleasing the taxpayers.
One Dallas politician declares that
another is so crooked that his blood
will not circulate.
The sea of life is not merely a free
municipal swimming pool.
In time the people of this country
will refuse to bow down to either
a donkey or an elephant.
Save your purchase slips and get
a set of beautiful high grade Silver-
ware free. Stigler Grocery Co.
Everybody invited to attend.
Dr. Levy optician at Drs. McKin-
ley's and Turners office April 26 and
Another difference is that a little
money gives a man the big head and
a woman the big hat.
The name of Forberi Co., is the
equivalent of good dressy clothes
for young men and boys at a living
Okmulgee society is hiding its
face for shame since the revelations
of the alleged indiscretions of one
of its "four hundred." Once in a
while those things will get out on a
Notice to the man who is hunting
the ungettable goat: There is a
community in Oklahoma bearing the
rather euphonious cognomen of An-
gora. Might he worth investigating.
Faxon, Okla., sets an example.
The town is so well satisfied with its
officers that the expense of an elec-
tion was deemed unnecessary. Did
anybody ever hear of the like before.
State Sentinel prints everything.
* Eor NyaPs Eamily Remedies
| STIGLER, ■ OklAHOMX
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S J. \l coif & Co.
A ful' stock of Drnys nnd Pat
••• out Medicines. lYrscriptlons
£ Carefully Compounded
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J.T. HOLLEY &
ESTATE AND LOANS
We will Insure anything in-
surable. List your real es-
tate with us. If you want to
hitv call on us. I.on^t time ,
anil cheap Loans.
NO JOSH I'A.
"You, son! Keep :->till!" the motfit
cried; "pa, bend him up to be d.
The father growled. "Go on;
ain't no Joshua!" lie said.
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A Durant lady advertises (he lot
oi her hair switch. No reward
Robert Burns was undoubtedly
great poet, but even he had to rhyme
love with dove.
One of the surest things in this
world is that when a young couple's
first baby is a girl the mother se-
lects the name for it, amd when it
it a boy the father does not.
Although we are only an humble
non-combatant, we do not share Capt.
Hobson's fear that the Japanese may
come over here some time and take
our Rocky Mountains away from us.
Come in and see our line of Oliver
plow goods. Everything the farmer
Dobyns-Lantz Hardware Co.
The reason a man is usually
willing to sign a petition is because
he is glad it isn't a subscription list
or a promissory note.
In all the storm accounts not a
single paper has used that old story
about the wind blowing strawB
through two-inch oak planks. How-
ever, the hail stones were as big as
Mrs. D. Rogers, of Oklahoma City,
who is representing the White Sew-
ing Machine Co., was in Stigler the
first of this week on business, and
also visiting her son, Quintis, who is
employed in State Sentinel office.
Rexall disappearing face cream
the finest thing made. Sold by Stig-
ler Drug Co.
Suits aggregating over a million
dollars have been filed against the
owners of buildings in Claremore in
which, the county attorney alleges,
liquor has been sold. W. E. Halsell,
a banker of Vinita, is one of the de-
Pittsburg county officials have
discovered a bootlegger who did an
extensive credit business. In raid-
ing his joint the other day, ledgers
were confiscated which show that
many prominent citizens of Canadian
had been "panhandling" drinks.
Another thing: Does woman
have to wear half of her harem skirt
in her hand when she gets off a
Sometimes a housekeeper is so
hard up for something to boast of
she will brag on a cook who is too
lazy to bake biscuits.
Tillie Clinger says that the reason
she thinks she will be an old maid is
because Percy Noodles is determined
never to marry until his salary is
In order to test the endurance of
a mule, a Wyoming cowboy plans to Sunday.
AGE NO BAR
Everybody in Stigler is Eligible
Old people stooped with suffering.
Middle age, courageously fighting
Youth protesting impatiently.
Children, unable to expla-u;
All in misery from their kidneys.
Only a little backache first.
Comes when you catch a cold.
Or when you strain the back.
Many complications follow.
Urinary disorders, diabetes, bright
Doan's Kidney Tills cure backache
Cure every form of kidney Lis.
Mrs. May Combs, of Stigler, Okla.,
says: "Our little girl suffered from
weak kidneys all her life. We tried
various remedies in this case but
nothing brought much benefit until
I procured Doan's Kidney Pills at
the Stigler Drug Co. Since taking
the contents of one box, my dsughtet
has been entirely free from kidney
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the Uni-
Remember the name— Doan's—
and take no other.
ride muleback from Oklahoma City
to New York. He believes he can
make the trip, barring accidents and
any display of stubborness on the
part of the mule, in twenty-five days.
A grain of corn became lodged in
the throat of an eighteen months old
Enid child the other day, and an op-
eration was performed in the hope
of dislodging it. The operation was
unsuccessful and the child died.
The Bartlesville Examiner has
discovered a sure preventative for
election day "hang-overs"—put an
independent ticket in the field and
thereby escape the hilarity usually
Because the mud was so thick and
the weight of the negress who was to
be baptized was so gieat,.a negro
evangelist was obliged to call for
help while baptising in the South
Canadian river at Oklahoma City
The Bartlesville Examiner is go-
ing out of its own territory to borrow
trouble. The Exainer wants to
know what Chicago would do for
mayorality candidates should the
Harrison family become extinct.
The suit for divorce brought by a
Chickasha man should be a warning
to all wives who frisk their hus-
band's pockets, even though they do
need stamps to write to their gentle-
Don't pay more than fifty cent«
for a typewriter ribbon. We have
them at that price and they are guar
anteed, too. Call State Sentinel and
have one sent to your address. By
mail five cents extra.
It is not what we don't have, hut
what others do have, that makes
some of us discontented.
to all camps of the
Woodmen of the World
IN HASKELL COUNTY
There is a cash premium due on each member se-
cured for the 'big class Initiation ?t Stigler June the
30th and July the 1st. For further information write
J. W. RICHARDSON,
District Delegate. Stigler, Okla.
CHARLES H. SUDHOELTER & CO.
SUITE B. 9 AND 10, IOO OKMULGEE AVE. TELEPHONE NO. 956.
MUSKOGEE. - - - OKLAHOMA.
If the statistics were available
probably it would be founc| that a
middle-aged man can drink himself
poor about 50 per cent sooner than a
middle-aged woman can oat herself
Oliver plows are t'ae best made
buy them from
Dcfbyns-Lantai Hardware Co.
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Ah n general tiling (he reason a
railroad agent ish't, polite to you is
because he knows you are not the
president of the rond.
After a lazy man has been married
to a smart woman for about five
years he is even willing for her to
say his prayers for him.
It has just about gotten so in this
country that the woman who has to
entertain her own baby thinks she is
leading the strenuous life.
Alva wants Sunday baseball, that
is, part of Alva wants Sunday base-
ball. The Review-Courier Is taking
no chances of stirring up trouble for
Itself and is sitting tight on the
For Men's, young 1
clothes that fit
the r^ght prlc«
grauge in Kansas
ample to Oklahoma
the Anadarko IVmh
side of .the g'runge c
and tyiys' |
•II and \ve"f well at
3e Forbefl Co.
popularity of the
s Should be ah ex-'
•at. The social
to br«ak the'nionotony of fnvm life.
A SHOP OF
We have equipped our shop to
take care of our customers, and
are able to do the best work, on
short notice, atreasonaple prices.
When in need of anything in the
Blacksmithing Line be sure and
give us a call. Remember we
and that we can shrink your tire
on our Cold Tire Shrinker while
you wait. Plenty of first class
nt'lp and modern'tools is the se-
. ' cret of can* quick, Referable and
C. J. MASON
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