State Sentinel (Stigler, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 30, 1920 Page: 4 of 8
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state sentinel, stigler, haskell county. OKLAHOMA, t&rRSDAV. september 30, 1920.
VIRGIL I>. HENDERSON, Editor
his comrades even while loving hands health subjects that will be discussed,
were bearing his body to the grave some topic will be presented that will
And in the same city of McAlester, interest each delegate—be he bank-
A. F. Cowling, another hero of the tr or farmer. Many civic and corn-
lost cause, lay dead while the cour-'merclal organizations and clubs have
Lgeour- Tulsa World was writing the already reported that they are going
Publised Weekly at its office on hen)0US ,.pithet 0f treaton across| to be represented at the meeting.
Third Street, in the town of Stigler,1 ^ brow ]They are sending some of their lead-
Oklahoma. f Vith the "courageous" World tlieiing citizens in order that these men
— |CW] justifies the m^ans. Anything to |and women may bring back ways and
Subscription Rate: $1.50 a year; %vj„ js (he .sordid motto borne at its means of solving their local prob-
six months, 76c. All subscriptions ,ia :head. To reach ths end i sac-,lem.
payable in advance. illiccs anything and spares nothing. ; Noted men will appear on the pro-
I'or the sake of republican succoss :n jgraia and will deliver in one address
Advertising Hates made known up- Oklahoma it converts its column* in-(truths and facts that they have learn-
to h sewer and Flanders millions of ed after many years experience. On-:
loyal God-fearing people. A linead de-1 ly topics of vital interest to Oklahoma
Telephone 1, Entered at the Staler ^SrSL
PostofTice as Second ClaBB Matter.
THE IKKi AND HIS VOMIT.
it blisters its pa«;cs with God defyta:,'
falsehoods and takes its stand in ut-
t . ( -trkness wii'.i "dogs", and scor-
i . er-, and the vik .cmongers and
j ever; one that loveth and maketh a
'lie." - Ada Evening News.
RED CKOKS NEWS.
In its issue of Wednesday the Tul-
sa World declares In a column edi-
torial that the democrats were trait-
ors in 1860 and that they are trait-
ors still in 1920. The World boast-'
fully declares that even in this "so- Washington, Sept. 8.—Appoint-
called southern state" it has the cour- ment of a roll call committee nation-
age to say that the democrats are! ally men and women f°r th,e, Fourth
guilty of treason in 1920 just as they : Red Sross R°n Cal1- oNv 11 to
were in 1860 !next- was a-nno nced tonight at na-
If it resuires courage to definitional headquarters of the American
the living and slander the dead, then Red Cross. Headed by Henry P.
we concede that the Tulsa World is Davison, who was chairman of <he
indeed courageous. If it requires! War council of the Red Cross, nearly
courage to degenerate into a journal-; all of the members of this committee
,i * V> e\ hovci hPPTl
If each organization cannot send
one representative then all should
combine and prepare to send at least
one or two delegates. Doctors,
County health officers and State
health ofTlcens are especially invited
to the conference.
Is your community going to be rep-
A meeting of the various organiza-
tions should be called at once and set-
tle the question.
This is the most important health
question of the year. You will be
loser if you are not represented.
A cross, sickly baby suifering from
digestive troubles and looseness of
bowels needs McGee's Baby Elix-
courage to degenerate into a journal- ;bet.B It checks the bowels, eases the!
istic prostitute and bear false witness j a. e men.and ■ healthy condi-
against loyal citizens, then the World 'active in Red Cross affairs during
is the most courageous journal that the World War and since the peace
ever consented to take orders from time program of the organization was
a politician it has accused of buying ' promulgated. There are ninety one
a state of the f committee.
The World has prated vociferously! The following are members from
of breaking the solid south and lead- the Southwestern Division: Walter
ing some southern state into the re- Lyrand, Oklahoma City; J esse H
publican column. It has argued com- Jones, Houston, Texas, George
plaeently that such an alignment Simmons. St. Louis, Pestus J. Wade,
would prove beneficial to the south, j St. Louis.
But its hypocritical pretense is made
manifest in the opening month of the Coming to the
campaign when its returns like the
proverbial dog to the vomit it had
forsaken and circulates a slander
blacker than the pit bars of hell.
It boasts of an infamy that would
shame the spawn of a brothel, and
considers it courageous to defam
people the latchets of
The even, in-
possible in a
you to roast
a piece o f
meat or a
fowl to a
color with <a
little or no
ed in a "Red
retain all of
and juices. If
a slow roast
is desired the
to a very low
In fact the
oven heat can be held much more uniform than in a
wood or coal stove. The Red Star roasts deliciously.
The certain uniformity of heat is
the thing that makes a baking an
almost certain success in the "Red
Star" oven. During a recent
cooking test pastry for a pie was
baked in a "Red Star" oven at a
temperature of 500 degrees Fah-
renheit. It came out light, flaky
and golden brown in color.
The "Red Star" oven develops
an intense heat without the dan-
ger of flaring as in wood or coal
stoves. You can watch the pro-
gress of the baking and regulate
the heat to suit without opening
the oven door or in any way dis-
turbing the baking.
You can bring a "Red Star" burn-
er to a frying heat in a surprising-
ly short time. The burner be-
comes red hot and will keep the
food warm long after the fuel is
turned off. This is a desirable
feature in preparing meals. Your
cooking does not need to become
"cold" If you use a "Red Star."
j For every kind of cooking you will
find that the "Red Star" is unsur-
The quick, intense heat may be
reduced by simply turning the
valves as you would a gas stove.
Hardware and Furniture
By Dr. A. R. Lewis.
State Health Commissioner.
Is your town going to be represent-
ed at the public health meeting.
- This is certainly the most impor-
whose shoes tant question before the people of any
it is unworthy to loose. community right now; and it should
The day the World let loose its be answered in the next few days,
false hoods the citizens of McAlester Every community must have a dele-
were gathering about the grave of it, ate or representative at this state
greatest citizen. The heroic life of health meeting if the people w.sh to
J. J. McAlester had ended and a city reap the benefit that such a confer-
in tears was paving an affectionate ence always brings to the state,
tribute to a majestic soul. During, The session opens on the morning
the great war of the sections a brav- of Tuesday, October 13. It is the
er soldier never marched beneath the j of Tuesday, October 13. It is the third
stars and bars. He was not a traitor (Annual State Health Conference and
Yet violating every mandate of de- all sessions will be held in the Huc-
ceney the World belches forth its kins hotel, Oklahoma Cit>
dirty vomit against Col McAlester and I Because of the wide range of the
Detroit Vapor Oil Stove
stomach and restores healthy .condi-
tions. Price, 35c and 60c. Sold by
Stigler Drug Company.
JAM£S M.. COX.
! For Vice-i'resident—
For United States Senator—
W. W. HASTINGS.
Judge Criminal Court of Appeals:
JAMES S. DAVENPORT.
W. H. BROWN.
S. M. RUTHERFORD.
ELGAR D. HOLLEY.
MRS. JESSIE PATTERSON
MISS LILLIAN ALLEN.
For County Superntendnet—
R. I. CROSS
W. P. FORRESTER.
W. T. STEWART.
J. H. DAVIS.
R. M. MUNCY.
Will sell them all or in
ALICE M. ROBERTSON,
A lazy no-account feeling with
yawning and sleepiness in the day
time is caused by a torpid liver and
disordered bowels. Herbine is a
splendid remedy for such ailments.
It cleanses the system and festores
vim and activity. Price, 60c. Sold
by Stigler Drug Company.
CALLS HARDING "POOR SPORT"
"You Won't (Jet Arrested If You
Question Cox," Says White.
Keep Well and Be Happy.
If you would be happy you must
keep your bowels regular. One or
two of Chamberlain's Tablets taken
immediately after supper will cause
a gentle movement of the bowels on
the following morning. Try it.
Norman fits the hard to fit.
New York, Sept. 29.—Governor
Cox was making sixteen speeches and
answering questions addressed to
him "while the man who asked Sen-
ator Harding a question at Balto-1
more was getting himself released j Complete Stock of school supplies
from arrest," George White, chair- j at Stigler Drug Company.
man of the democratic national com-1 ——— —
mittee, declared in a statement to-
The greatest enemy of child life is
the tape worm. It destroys health
and vitality. The greatest enemy of
the tape worm is White's Cream Ver-
mifuge. One or two doses does the
work. Price 35c. Sold by Stigler
Greatest values since the war
E. & W.
Get your school shoes at Mayers.
"If you question Cox you will get j|
an answer," Mr. White asserted, "but
if you question Harding you Will get
thrown in jail.
"The people of the country heart-
ily dissaprove such bad sportmanship
nor will they pay such attention to
complaints about discourtesy from
"It is the poeple's business to try
and find how Senator Harding stands
on the issues of the day."
FOR SALE—Good Improved farms
priced to sell, all kinds of insur-
ance, Life, Fire, Tornado and Hail.
If you have anything to sell list it
with us, no sale, no charge.
TAPP & STJALCUP,
Office over Palace Drug Store.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas County, ss:
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partner of the firm of E.
J. Cheney & Co., doing business in
the city of Toledo, County and State
aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
the sum of One Hundred Dollars for
each and every case of Cattarrah that
cannot be cured by the use of Hall's
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
Denver, Colo., Sept. 29 —-The price
of gasoline will soon follow the lead
of other commodities and decline in
price, according to W. H. Barber
company, makers of oil products.
"The price of gasoline is too high,"
Barber declared. "Milions of dollars
are being spent to construct plants to
manufacture by-products of petrole-
"Eight of these huge plonts will be
in operation in Oklahoma, Kansas and
Texas shortly after January 1.
"These plants will create a surplus
and you can expect prices to drop.''
Merle Bankhead returned home
Monday afternoon from Tulsa, where
he had been to see his brother, Jim
Bankhead, wjio happened to a serious
accident a Taw days before. Jim was
touched by a live wire and the shock
went through his body and bursted
1 both feet and his right hand. It
in my presence, this 6th day of De- jg thought that he will loose three
I A T*k 1 OO C ' ... l TI„ i.
cember, A. D. 1886
A. W. GLEASON,
Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken
internally and acts through the blood
on the mucous surfaces of the sys-
tem. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Sold by all druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pnls for constipa-
fingers of the right hand. He is now
I ln one of the Tulsa hospitals but
Notary Public. | w,n be home
as soon as he is able.
Have your eyes examined and your
glasses fitted by Dr. I. Levy, Okla-
homa's expert optometrist and opti-
cian. 406 Colcord Building, Okla-
homa City, Oklahoma. tf
Just what you, need in shoes at
E. & W.
I have opened a Watch
Clock and Jewelry repair
shop at Stigler Drug Co.
I will specialize i n
Watch repairing. Also will
repair Typewriters, Sew-
ing Machines, etc.
All Business Appreciated
Agent for Corona and Royal
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Henderson, Virgil L. State Sentinel (Stigler, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 30, 1920, newspaper, September 30, 1920; Stigler, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc99761/m1/4/: accessed September 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.