State Sentinel (Stigler, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 18, Ed. 1 Friday, July 15, 1910 Page: 4 of 6
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STATE SENTINEL. FRIDAY JULY 15. 1910.
0. A. HOLltY
HOLLFY & EANN1N
| Attorneys At Law
i Special Attention to all
I Business intrusted to us.
W H. Rotlus
ROBINS & PYLE
Office cn the Ground floor
of New Stocker Building
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$ J. W. f rciiericV. A. C. King ❖
I FREDERICK & KING, Lawyers *
X Up stairs in now Stocker Building ♦
.£ Will Practice ill all courts of Okla. *
* Stenographer and Notary Pubiic *
% In Office |
Brown & Lawrance
American National Bank Building
C. T. Mitchell <
g Attorney at Law £
o Rooms 1, 3, 5, and 7, £
b McClinton Building c
g STIGLER. - - Okla. £
BARBER SHOP AND BATHROOMS
J. F. GAY. Proprietor II
ront Door North 11
TIGLER HOTE L JJ
Mcc Accomodation, Regular Rate
In a Speech at Bartlesville
He Discusses the Maiir Is-
sues Before the People.
IV. T. Stewart, Local Survyor
Locate land with full descrip-
tion. General land surveying-.
Charges reasonable. Residence
in three miles of Stigler.
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2 J. R. COLE & Co. %
<• A full stock of Drugs and Pat- £
* ent Medicines, Perscriptions *
.£ Carefully Compounded *
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I D. K. Sams fj
I Contractor and Builder
* Free estimates driven on all *!
J classes of building. *
* Plans and Spefications fur *
£ nished on request. *
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j* CECIL VANDEGRIFF *
NOTARY PUBLIC ||
Patronage of the Public Solicited ❖ j
* Lequire : : Oklahoma *
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During the present campaign, Hon.
Lee Cruce, democratic candidate for
governor, has sought in several hun-
dred speehes to make his position
clear on all public questions. Space
does not permit giving his position
on all questions, but the quotations
below taken from his speech deliv-
ered at Bartlesville and reported by
the Bartlesville Examiner, give you
his position on the main questions,
bing discussed In the primary cam-
paign. Mr. Cruce said:
The democratic party has stood for
a greater Oklahoma and a united and
progressive citizenship. The demo-
cratic -party gave you a two cent
passenger rate. A republican federal
office holder took it away from ycu.
The democratic party gave, you a low-
er freight rate. A republican federal
office holder took that away from
you. The republican party has done
everything in their power to nullify
and void the \york of the railway and
public service corporation commis-
sion that was created by the demo-
cratic party to protect you from the
grasping greed of corporations, and
C. A. IMIILLIPS
Office Over Stocker's Drug
T. II. DAVIDSON
Notary Public, Jus-
tice of the Peace.
Office in 111. bldg.
Stigler, - - Oklahoma
S. A MERRIMAN,
KEOTA : : : OKLA.
GlY A. CIRRV Attorney-At-Law
Practice in a!l State Courts
Special iittenton given to ques-
tions of land titles. Quicton, Ok
S. E. MITCHELL, M. D.
Medicine and Surgery
Superintendent Public Health
of Haskell County
PHOXE ) Residence- - - 43
(Office .... 96
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| R.F.TERRELL, M.D. "*
% Office over First National
Bank. Phones: Residence 27
J Office :-:
% Stigler, Oklahoma
Dr. R. M. Counterman
Physician and Surgeon
Office in First National Hank
Bldtf. Telephones: Residence
139. Office 39. Stigler, Okla.
^ T. B. TURNER, /VI. D. £
S Medicine and Surgery
Q Office upstairs in Illinois Build-
O PHONE 42
IF. Y. 8. MOORr Vfi
Diseases of all domestic animals
treated. Office Stocker's Drug
Store. Stig'er. Oklahoma.
Dr. T. W. Mc Kin ley
Rooms In Illinois Bldg Next
Door to Dr. Turner
Dr. J. A. MOORMAN
All work guaranteed. Rooms
in First National Bank Bldg.
Stigler Camp No. 11790, MODERN WOODMEN
Meets every Wednesday
SiEjfl night at 8 o'clock
K. P. Hall. Visitors welcomc-
dr.t. w. Mckinley v. c.
fRANK LeROY, Clerk
Prairie Grove No, 7i
Meets every second Monday in each
month, at 8 p. m., at the Masons' hall
Mrs. S. A. Berry, Guardian.
Mrs. 6eorgia Teal, Clerk.
Stigler Lodge No. 121
A. F. & A. M. meets in the
Masonic Hall first and
third Saturday nightsaftei
Visitors invited to attend.
R. F. Terrell. \V. M
J. T. Holley. Sec.
THE ONLY WAY
Dresser—I see that the '"'resident
will soon take a trip to Panama.
Cesser—To Inspect the ;nnal, I
Dresser—What a foolish ques-
tion! Certainly not; he wints to
make sure of getting a :; nulne
HON. LEE CRUCE
If the federal courts don't destroy it
that commission will stand between
you and the averous hand of greed.
In relation to the segregated coal
and asphalt lands that certain parties
are trying to unload on the state, I
am oposed to the state going into
the real estate business and being
made the dumping ground of a lot of
old worn out mines at the expense
of the public school fund. They say
that there are 480,000 acres of these
lands that can be bought for $12,000,-
000 and that the Indians are get-
ting as royalty on these alnds $250,-
000 annually. It is proposed to take
the school children s money of this
state that is now loaned out to farm-
ers at live per cent Interest, and in-
vest It In a speculative enterprise
that will pay but two per cent In-
terest. Now if any man can figure
out as good an Investment for th«
state he Is a different financier than I
have been trained to be.
"Another thing that I am opposed
to is convicts coming into competi-
tion with honest labor. I am opposed
to convicts coming Into competition
with honest farmers, with honest me-
chanics, with honest miners. Should
Oklahoma become the owner of these
coal and asphalt lands the inevitable
result would be for the convict to
drift into the mines, and for every
convict that went in an honest miner
would have to come out.
"I am opposed to the Torrens land
system In Oklahoma, and if I am
elected governor I will veto any bill
attempting to engraft it upon the
laws of this state. The Torrens Land
system reduced to simplicity means
that the state of Oklahoma would
guarantee every holder of a Torrens
land certificate the title to his land,
and if in after years the title should
prove defective Oklahoma, out of the
taxpayers' money would have to make
good the loss to the holder of the cer-
tificate. There is no reason why the
state should guarantee me against a
defective title to my land than it
should guarantee Mr. George there
agafnst a defective flue In his house.
Since statehood became effective In
1907, more than 30,000 suits have
been filed in the federal court of this
state to annul conveyances made to
lands upon the east side of Oklahoma.
Thes suits involve more than 2 mil-
lion acres of land. If we had such a
law in this state and the government
should suceed in maintaining its
contention and overthrow the titles,
it would mean bankruptcy for Okla-
"I stand for a white man's gov-
ernment. The white race has never
submitted to the negro domination
and never will. By white man's gov-
ernment I mean Indians also, for
some of the best blood of the coun-
try, some of the sharpest best busi-
ness men of the state, some of the
most honorable and upright members
of society are Indian or Indian des-
cent. It is proposed in this state to
initiate a law that will restrict suf-
frage so far as negroes are concern-
ed, to those who can read. I favor
the passage of that law and believe
the necessity for it exists in Oklaho-
ma. Practically all the state with a
larpo negro population have passed
a lav, restricting the negro in the
exercise of the ballot. Fleeing from
these lttWi, which he thinks are an
infringement on his rights he natur-
ally turns to this state, for our cli-
mate is adapted to his tastes and
here grows the crops he Is accustom-
ed to, and here he fels that he will
be placed upon the same political
footing and equality with the othet
"My friends, I have stated it a hun-
dred times, yes, a thousand times;
and I repeat it here today that Okla>
homa has upon her statute books
today the best banking law that has
ever been written in American his-
"As to the question of prohibition,
If the same question was before the
people this fall that was before them
three years ago I would vote upon
that question exactly as I did then.
The people of the state having de-
clared in favor of state-wide prohi-
bition, I hold that that part of the
constitution should not be altered or
repealed except when that alteration
or repeal originates with the voters
of this state, and receive their sanc-
tion by a majority vote at the polls.
S. M. GLOYD
LUMBER and BUILDING MATERIAL
MONEY 10 LOAN
You want a loan on your laprl, or if you are about to
buy some more land, we are in a position to help you,
and if you are in a hurry, we will come and see your land
and while there tell you what we can do, and will draw
your papers while there and as soon as that is done will
pay you the money without delay.
You can write us a letter and tell us what you want,
or you can call us on the long distance 'phone and we will
tell you vhen we can meet you. If you want a loan don't
fail to consult us, and we will do business at once.
H. D. Price & Robert A. Zebold,
First National Bank, Keota,
Haskell County Abstract Co., Stinler,
® Abstracts of Title Sosrrh«.« naiiv Oonnrtc if
Haskell County Abstract Company
ROBERT A. ZEBOLD, M#r.
w Money to Loan on Real Estate Eirst National Bank
| ROOMS 12 and 14, STIGLER, OKLAHOMA
Mansfield Lumber Co.
All kinds of building material
Always kept in stock,
v V V
Build your home and pay us io monthly installments
N. E. SWICKARD, Manager.
Money To Loan
I Will Buy your farm or
sell it for you, or loan
money to help you keep
it and improve it. I %
would be pleased to have
you call and talk to me.
CT InnPC Stigler Okla
. I/. JUIIC3 Illinois Building *
HE WAS WISE
Office-to-Offlce Cigar I'iJdler
(whispering mysteriously)—I can
sell these cigars so cheap, sir, be-
cause no duty was ever paid on them
The Connoisseur—Oh, I'm well
The Peddler (suspiciously)—Yes?
aware of that fact.
The Connoisseur—Sure! Why any
schoolboy would know that there Is
no duty on tobacco products from
Stigler People Should Learn to De-
tect the Approach of Kid-
The symptoms of kidney trouble
are to unmistakable that they leave
no ground for doubt. Sick kidneys
excrete a thick, cloudy, offensive ur-
iro, full of sediment, irregular of
passage or attended by asensaiion of
scalding. The back aches cousttut-
ly, headaces and dizzy spells may oc-
cur and the victim is often weighed
down by a feeling of languor y.nd
fatigue. Neglect these warnings and
there is danger of drop3.v, Brifjht's
disease, or dlbetes. Any of of thesj
symptoms is warning enough to be-
gin treating the kidneys at once. De-
lay often proves fatal.
You can use no beter rem-Jdy than
Doan's Kidney Pills.
I.oreiwo Cenotto, of Poteau, Ok-
la.. says: "I consider Doan's Kid-
ney Pills to bs an effective kidney
medicine. About six montha ago
they cured me of a dull, heavy ache
across the small of my ba -k and
corrected a kidney weakness that
had nnnoyed me for a long time.
Other members of my family have
taken Doan's Kidney Pills i'nd the
best of results have always followed.
For sale by all dealers. Price 60
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for th«' Uni-
Remember the name— Doan's—
and take no other.
A SCIENTIFIC DOMESTIC
Mrs. Newed—Have taken any les-
sons in domestic science?
The latest maid—Oh, yes, ma'am;
my brother Jimmy's a good, shifty,
two-handed light-weight and I often
put on the gloves with him!
TO HOLD ALL THK CANDLES
Johnny smilingly surveyed his
birthday cake which wa^ adorned
with seven lighted candles.
"An' each candle stands for one
year of my-age ma?" he inquired.
''Exactly, my dear," said h!s moth-
"Gee!" exclaimed Johnny, .-flec-
tlvely; "just think of the size o*
the cake I'll have to have when I'm
NOW OR NEVER!
Two Four Room liouses will
be finished in a week, will sell
oil partial payments. Inves-
tigate at once or your chance
is gone. ^ ^ ^
Stigler Realty Company
r. M. YOUNG, Sec.
GEO. C. HENRY^Pres.
Don't let that kidney trouhle con-
tinue for It soon becomes chonlc.
Use Brooks' Bears-Foot, the great
uric acid solvent with free combin-
ed treatment for nervousjind sexual
HEARING ITS FINISH
The stalled automobile male a
noise like a gunshot.
"Poor thing!" signed thj nigh-
horse of a team half-a-bloek iway;
''it must have broken an ixle.''
"What makes you think so?"
asked the off-horse.
"Why," replied the nigh-hor&e, in
surprise, '!didn't you Just hthe
cop shoot it?"
The would-be contributor to the
agricultural college paper entered on
"How'd you find my dissertation
on cabbage?" he cheerfully Inquir-
"On the pork!" snapped ♦he edi-
"But I could boil it dowu?" sug-
gested the near-journalist.
''I fear our readers could l di-
gest it then," sardonically .-•arkled
the cruel editor.
Financial Statement of Center Township
Statement of the finaueial conditiou and estimate of funds needed for
Township purposes for Center Jownship, prepared by the Township Board
of Center Township, Haskell County, Oklahoma, and is as nearly correct
as it is possslble to make at this time for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1910
This estimate was made on the first Monday in July, 1910, at a special
meeting of the Township Board as provided in House Bill No. 14 of the
legislature of 1910. It was advertised by posting a copy of this sheet in 5
public places (or by publication in the State Sentinel) and within five days
after being made it was certified to the C'onnty Excise Board by having a
copy of this estimate sheet duly filed with the county clerk of this couuty,
after being- duly signed and sealed by the members of the board.
No. miles of Roads in Twp. 40, No.- Road Supervisors, 4.
Amt. required for road repairing anil building $50.00
Arat. required for bridge repairing and building $500.00
Am. required for culvert repairing and building 200.00
Amt. required for purchasing tools ..300.00
Amt. required for salary of Township officers 130.00
Amt. required for salary of Road Supervisors 320.00
Amt. of outstanding warrants due a=d unpaid by Twp. Treas..00.00
Amt. of legal claims and bills filed with clerk
for which no warrants have been issued 170.00
Warrants and claims now pending $1570.00
Estimated amt. of road tax that can be collected in cash 00 00
Cash on hand of Twp. Treasurer June 30, 1910 170.00
Cash in hands of County Treasurer June 30, 1910,
[to be entered by Excise Board] 00.00
Other cash that may be secured 00.00
Net aiut. to be raised by levy for fiscal year eucling June 30..$170.00
I, W. P. Barton, Township Trustee, and I, R. L. Blankhead, Township
Treasurer, and I, A. B. Williams, Township Clerk, all members of the Town-
ship Board of Trustees of Center Township, County of Haskell, do hereby
certify each for himself, and not one for the other, that the above estimates
were made at a meeting held on the first Monday in July and are true, cor-
rect and necessary for the purposes set forth.
W. P. BARTON, R. L. BANKHEAD, H. B. WILLIAMS
Trustee. Treasurer. Clerk.
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