State Sentinel (Stigler, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 2, 1921 Page: 2 of 8
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STATE SENTINEL, STIGLER, HASKELL COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1921.
Haskell County Parker Gives
Students at O. U. Up Office Reins
Norman, May 31.—University of; Muskogee, June 1.—Victor Locke,
Oklahoma students do not limit a choctaw Indian, today became sup-
i themselves to text-book study alone, erintendent to the Five Civilized
arid many of them have a number of!Tribes. At the same time Prank
activities which teach them to fill ex-MLee ot Muskogee was sworn in a
ecutive positions anl take an active1 .'nited States district attorney.
part in the administration of the un-1 Ctebfc E. Parker, retiring superin-
iversity and student organizations. Itendent, virtual!) turned over the
The purpose of the organization is tojkeys of his office Tuesday night t*
promote co-operations among the stu- hi:, successoi. Lee will get his first
dents and help them become leader?1 taste oi' authority when he takes
and makers in college so that they charge of the criminal docket at
will be trained and efficient worker:-1 Hugo next week.
Marvelous movies when their university days are over.I Lee succeeds John T. Harley, whi.
Lists of the activities of the stu-! was appointed by Judge R. L. Wil-
dents from the various counties hav>; j iiams to succeed W. C. Miller, who
been collected from the Sooner an (resigned several months ago.
OKLAHOMA OAS & ELECTRIC E.Y-SOLDIERS FLOCK nual activities cards, the registry or Al Employe', ti, Remain.
COMPANY WILL APPEAL. TO TRAINING SCHOOLS fice and other sources. Many of tb<>' Lee would not announce last night
I lists include only those activities up whom he would appoint'as his new
OKLAHMA CITY, June 2.—The Marked increase in the number of'until the middle of the year and ar« assistants, and it is probable that this
Dr. Edward Burton MacDoweil in the Sahara Desert,
of travel at Chautauqua.
Oklahoma C.as & Electric Company, former service men disabled in the
qf Oklahoma City announces through war who are now taking up vocation-
J. F. Owens, general manager, that al training at the government train-
it will appeal to the state su- iug schools has occurred in the lasi
preme court from the recent ordei six- months, according to records oi
of the corporation commission order- chapters of the American Red Cross
ing a reduction of rates electricity located in cities of the Southwest,
to patrons of the Oklahoma City where these training centers are fun-
company, Norman and Moore. ctioning.
The reduction is from 12 cents in the Ninth District, which ln-
not complete. will be delayed until after the Hugo
The nanus, home locations, uvu term of court when Judge R. L. Wil-
versity classifications and lists of ac- Hams has taken his vacation and the
tivities of Haskell County students at new men have an opportunity to be-
the University of Oklahoma are Cecil!come acquainted with theiv duties.
Moore, Keota, senior arts ana' With the coming of Mr. Locke inte
sciences, Alpha Phi, social sorority;
Y. W. C. A.; Philologian literary so 'agency it was thought that all of the
ciety; Kappa Delta Pi, honorary ed- 236 employes of all departments
ucationl fraternity; E. IX Holley. would remain. All but one, Mr. Joe
and, if sustained, will cut down the eludes Missouri and Kansas, the in-j Stigler, third year lawyer, Sigma Ai- Strain, are civil service employes. In-
net revenues of the company more crease is slightly more than 76 pei pha, Epsilon, social fraternity; N. C. formation from Washington was to
than $100,000 a year. The commis- cent in the six months' period be- Thomas, Stigler, senior pharmacy, 'he effect that Mr. Strain would re-
sion based its action on a reduction tween October 31, 1920, and April Upothecarian pharmacy club; Gobs , "Bin a.: chief clerk to the auperln-
in fuel cost. 1921. Similar conditions prevail in'club. Ruby Featherston, Stigler, tendent.
In connection with his announce- the Fourteenth Federal District, in sophomore arts and sciences, Oikono Gabe Parke.' han served at •
ment that the case will be appealed which are included Arkansas, O^la-1 mia economics club; DeBarr Club; Y. perintendent Oi' thin, tho largest In-
to the supreme court, Mr. Owens homa and Texas. ! W. C. A. LeRoy LeFlore, Stigler, dian institution in Oklahoma, for six
said: Among the individual expansions'senior engineer. Mystic Keys, honor- . ears and five months.
"The order being based solely up- at various training centers with 1 ary sophomore organization; Pick In discussing his future, Mr. Par-
on the reduction in fuel cost and which the Red Cross chapters hav« 'and Hammer, geology club; Chi Chi ker '.-aid yesterday that it wan very
ignoring all other elements of in- contact are: St. Louis, October 31, i Chi, honorary senior organization, h'.tiefinita, bV that he and his family
creased cost and the value of the 1920, 1,113 men in vocational train-' Jazz Hounds, pep organization; Inter -lobably vould reman, in Muskogee
G. W. Shobert
Real Estate Farm Loans
"You Get All You Borrow"
Office in Rear of
Keota State Bank Building
FIRST DUTY TO OVK
OWN. SAYS HAIIDIXO
Country Always Ready to Strike
When Tyranny Threatens
Washington, May 30.--The nation-
al loyal fir."t of all to Itself, but neve«
failing to measure un to the demands
of an advancing civilization, was pic-
tured by President Harding as aV
the executive s chair at the Indiai. | Alnerlcan ideal todav in E Memorial
in the struggle'which preserved our
union and insured our high place in
the community of nations. Our debt
to them will never be paid, but we
can come, for them and for ourselves,
on this national commerpration day
to attest our veneration and undying
"They rendered a greater service
than they knew, for they saved oui-
nation to the cause of human free-
dom and paved the way to that pow-
er and influence which enabled it to
play its part in behalf of all man-
kind in the time of supreme C;uls of
the world. We will not o\er-ap-
praise their sacrifice If we sa., that,
Day address at Arlington national
American heroes of every war, tin
president said, had accompplished far | had they failed, their failure would
more than the immediate ends fo> have so weakened the .forces o. liber-
which. they fought because they had ty and enlightenment thai then*
helped erect and preserve a shrine I would have been deemed, in ,the more
for the liberty-loving of every race recent world trial, to failure and de-
He declared the whole mission of' feat. A divided America would have
Amerloa would become an unreallzea been incapable of the effort that was
dream If this heritage ever were sac- demanded to hold our present day
riflced. j civilisation secure. The heroic <dead,
r ... . _ „ „ ., for whom the day was originated,
V. S. Won t Fail Humanity. pi,,sel.ved the ark of the covenant of
"Our country," said Mr. Harding, unio11 and nationality and in that
"has never failed to measure up tt>1 service the>' n,ade Possible the ex-
property, will be appealed from. inK, and on March 31 of this year, j fraternity council; Sigma Chi. social for some few nionths at least I the demands presented to lt in behalf P *ce so recently won for ou -
!,aBrnight afa b'njue^glven ^anity, and «t neverwiU. When country, our own generation will hot
: Hotel Severs
"BETTER BABIES" WEEK
INTERESTS CLl'l? WOMEN
"Since there is no assurance that 1,2 67. Similarly, Topeka, Kansas, not \ social fraternity; Engineers' club.
the present low fuel costs will ob- open in October, now has 309 stu-
tain for any considerable time, and dents; Salina, Kans., not open in Oc-
since increases heretofore granted tober, had 222 students; Springfield,
were only made after long delays, Mo., not open in October, now has 67 ,
subjecting the company to long eus- students; Wichita, Kans., 150 stu- i '
tained losses, it is only fair that the dents October 31, and 327 students I Many Towns 01 State Plan Meeting:
company should be permitted to en- March 31, 1921; Chlllicothe, Mo., no* 'n Interest of "Better Babies."
Jo} the benefit of reduced fu^l costs 0pen October 31, has 310 students!
until these past losses have been re- at present; Kansas City, Mo., dropped ! By Dr. A. R. Lewis, State Health Tuesday night.
couped. slightly in enrollment. Commissioner. ; Mr. Locke was unable to be present
"Public utilities, not only here but Hett.er understanding on the part Requests for literature and sug-, because of illness.
elsewhere, cannot keep pace with 0f former service men as to the ad- gestions on "How to conduct a "Bet-j Hayden Linebaugh, former U. S.
the growth of the community out of vantages of vocalional education thru1' 1 Vabies' CP.uyaign" a.c bein,; 1 > -1district attorney, was the first speak-
the earnings of the company but publicity given by the Red Cross and ! reived from many women's clubs of.er introduced by D. N. Fink, presl-
must borow money and secure addi- Hie Government to reach all men en- the state. This apparent awakening ( dent of the Commercial National
tional capital to make extensions. j||ed (0 these privileges have been 01 mothers te present high rate or. aank, W'ho acted as toastmaster.
It must be apparent to everyone that partiy responsible for the increase in I infant mortality compensates only in | Linebaugh spoke of the services
rs by the Muskogee Clear-!it ceases to meet these drafts, it win P^orm a part worthy of its heritage
•ng House Tssocia ion I™ longer be our countnry; it will b* lf ^ do less than our very utmost to
ng House association. if that timp ever comes the wretched ! Preserve that which they made pos-
"No one in Oklahoma, not even hi: " that time comes, tne wietcnea . *
rirmest nersonal friend or Dolitica. Iand decaying memorial of another Mble ub to possess. Nay, more,
advisor has any greater desire for the!clvillzatlon that has crumbled, of an- -sha" not be our ,UOBt and best at
success ^Victor M^Locke than I - other ideal which has failed, of an- home .1 we do not resolve for all
success ot \lctor M. Locke thai 1, | ambition for men's haDniness time that the differences which
he said in a short talk at the banquet othei .ambition toi men s happiness
which has somehow gone away. oiougm us io civu connict were due
In equally emphatic language the 10 ambiguities in union and the.dis-
president asserted his conviction that P"tes between two schools of political
this duty to civilization could be ac- ; thought and when we made union m-
compllshed only If the nation took dissoluble and the nation supreme,
care first of its own integrity. we left oul' People one flag, one pur-
"I counsel 110 selfishness," he said, P08e. one Pride and one destiny..'
"no little Americanism, no mere paro.
chiallsm, when I urge that our first
"First Loyal te Ourselves."
public utility securities must be made soidier students, the report points | part for the great losa ot infants u,;-! rendered Oklahoma by the Choctaw (du,> 18 to our own, ana tnat in tne -in such a view, we must see that
so attractive to capital as any other out coupled with increase In the der one year of age. During 1920 uibe, of which Locke and Parker are measure of its performance we1 will our opportunity to be useful to man-
class of investment in which capital maintenance allowance for men in ! in Oklahoma alone there were 2,8ti0' members, and called attention to the | true guage^of our capacity to kind at^ large depeuds first on ^being
may be interested, in order to se- training, adverse labor conditions, es-' babies died before they were a year record made by the retiring superin-
cure the necessary funds for the pur- tablishment of arrested tuberculosis old—most oi them only ?, few wetka tendent, whom he declared has "ren-
pose of meeting the extensions which 1, lf,niai training centers, and .othefc or p. few month.:. jdered a full measure of service^"
the company is called upon to make. fact0rs. I Action is now the necessary stepj Short talks were made by Walter
For these reasons, we feel it ourj x | and the State Department of Health 1 Ferguson of Oklahoma City, Senator
plain duty, in justice to the commun- ^ had taste in the mouth comes'will co-operate in every possible way.S. M. Rutherford and Major Alva
Ities that we serve and our stick- from a disordered stomach and slug- with clubs or civic organizations Niles, president of the Tulsa Com-
be helpful to others."
Text of Address.
holders, to appeal from this order." gjgj, state 0f the bowels. Herbini
x corrects the trouble immediately. It.
WHY THAT HEADACHE'.'
When you know the cause of a dis-
ease a cure may often be effected.
This is particularly true of headache.
Headache often results from consti-
pation or a disordered condition of
the stomach which may be corrected
by taking a dose or two of Chamber-
lain's Tablets. Try it. These tab-
lets are easy to take and mild and
gentle in effect.
purifies the bowels, helps digestion,
and sweetens the breath. Price 60
cents. Sold by Stigler Drug Com-
Cases of oak
should be treated
which desire to put a baby clinic or
"better babies" program. There
could scarcely be a more profitable
time for this event than during the
next few weeks.
The following outline covers all
of the vital points in a baby clinic,
ivy poisoning Ibut it is better to have the plan
with Ballard-b i throughly worked out and organized
Snow Liniment. It is antiseptic and | the program is announced,
healing and a splendid remedy fo. Various committees such as (l)Room
such troubles. Three sizes, 30c, 60c (2) Publicity (3) Equipment (4)
and $1.20 per bottle. Sold by The Professional aid—doctor and nurso
Stigler Drug Company.
(5) Blanks for records, to have
charge of a definite part of the work
1. Room committee.
Select desirable room where the
clinic is to be held. Room shoula
be warm, well lighted, some central
locality, and provision should be
made for washing hands if there Is
nc running water. Have a number of
hostesses each day to assist.
Take charge of publicity through
lccal newspaper, movies (if any
loyal to ourselves. No ideal of gen-
erosity to all men can justify neglect
first to make ourselves strong, firm,
The text of the president s address secure, in behair of our own people,
follows: We cannot hope to discharge the
"We are met on sacred soil today, wider responsiblities if we have not
for a solemn hour of sacrament ana first proved our capacity to meet the
consecration. But the soil whence narrower ones. It is our wish to be
we come is itself sanctified through useful in the greater realms; but if
the sacrifices of those who lie here. are to do so. we must have no
Wherever • our flag flies, within the Question of our devotion to the great
Henry Cooper, new United States | boundaries of the republic, it is over, principles for which these gave their
Marshal, of Stigler, was unable to be; lands whose freedom and security li^es in the struggle which save the
present. Letters and telegrams of 1 have been wrought through these sac_ union and rededicated it forever to
regret from other invited guests were!iifices. liberty. I counsel 110 selfishness, no
read by the toastmaster. | "It is the privilege of this com- , little Americanism, 110 mere parochl--
Approximately seventy-five mem- pany to utter our tribute of love and alism, when I urge that our first duty
bers of the Clearing House Associa-' gratitude within sight of the national is to our own, and that in the meas-
tien and g'-ests from Muskogee and capitol. But others, 110 less devout, ure oi its performance we will find
mercial club, Major Niles spoke of
the feeling of co-operation which he
declared existed between Muskogee
other parts of Oklahoma, attended
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Losses Paid PROMPTLY—no needless
delay or red tape.
$110,000,000 Insurance in Force.
Over 68,000 satisfied policy holders—ask
Premiums adequate but not unnecessarily
high—see rates per $1000 opposite.
Other ages and amounts in proportion—
Insurance written on the lives of men and
women from ages 15 to 59 inclusive.
D. L. WADLEY, . Special Agent
town) and announcing the clinic In
the different churches.
Two tables, one for writing up
records, another for scales and meas-
uring babies. If possible it is better
to have tables covered with old
sheets. -Scales, ordinary grocerymei,
scales weighing from ounces up to
35 pounds. Tape measure, paper
napkins to put in scoop or on plat-
form of scales. A fresh napkin
should be used for each child.
4. Professional aid.
A physician should be secured for
examination and a nurse to weign
and measure the babies. There shoula
be a duplicate record kept of eacn
child examined. In the front room
or near the door to the clinic's en-
trance a number of hostesses should
be in assistance to take the names
of the babies as they come in and
keep things running smoothly.
Some of the questions asked at
the clinics and of vital importance
are: Name and address of mother;
Place and time of birth; Name ot
baby and weight at birth; Is baby's
birth recorded; Have you received
certificate of registration.'
assemble all over our land and the true gauge of our capacity to be
and other lands, under foreign skies helpful to others.
and among alien peoples, to pay like "it is a good thing to come to this
HARDING'S ADDRESS REBUKE tribute of love and memory. There consecrated place and renew the
TO HARVEY, IT IS DECLARED are no restricted boundaries, to the Pledges of our loyalty to those whose
reverence of this day. There is no patriotism gave us our strength,
discordant note in the hymn of gratl- They did not know, they could not
tude. With old wounds healed and a knoVv, for what greater things they
new generation's offerings on the al- were laying the foundations. Yei
tars of our patriotism there is no sec- their instinct rightly led to the j'udg-
tionallsm in our memorial. Above . ment that their first duty to preserve
the murmurings of grief is the swell- the institutions of popular rule, of
ing concord of union, and the donii- national solidarity. They did not en.
nant note is our faith in the republic. ' ter upon the war among the state
"It will be a tribute today spoken with primary purpose to end the in-
in many'tongues, and by divers races, stitution of human slavery. Worthy
Washington, May 31.—President
Harding'f, utterance at Pohick, Vir-
ginia. Sui,day, and his memor-al da-
address were interpreted in the sen-
ate today by Senator McKellar, demo-
crat of Tennessee, as a "rebuke" to
Ambassador Harvey fo rhis address,
in] at tho Pilgrims' society dinner in
( HAMHERLAIX'S COLIC, AND
Stating what he termed a "deadly _
parallel" of the remarks of the presi- Wherever men are free they are wont as that might have been, their inspi-
dent and Mr. Harvey, Senator Mc-
Kellar asked that they be printed in
the congressional record to show the
He urged that Mr. Harvey be re-
called from the court of St. James.
Senator McKellar reclared that
portions of the Harvey speech con-
to give thought to our country's ser- 1 ration was higher. They sought to
vices in freedom's cause. Where meu maintain the union, to keep it a pow-
may but aspire to a freedom not y«t i cr for the advancement of America
achieved, their instinct turns the eye and humanity confident that if they
and the thought of hope this way, J won, all other rightful things in .1:1*
add they pray that their cause may , time would be achieved. They were
gain our approbation. They khow right, then; in the eiel si:iv>-rj ;vi'Clv-
__ ___ . ... that we have never drawn the\word ed its decree .n banishment frrm
stituted a libel on the American gov-'of oppression, that we have not tliia continent, and ui last from 'he
Every family should keep this pre-
paration at hand ready for instant
use when needed. Severe attacks ot
colic and cholera morbus often prove
fatal before medicine can be pro- permitted to represent our people at
ernment and every patriotic citizen.
The ambassador's statement that "we
wet'e afraid not to fight," was char-
acterized by the senator as being "as
raise as Satan himself."
The president, in "reproving" the
ambassador, has proved that he is a
sincere and honest and patriotic Am-
erican, Senator McKellar declared.
The president's words always are
of greatesti mportance, the Tennessee
senator said, but he believed the>
had special "force and power" in
pointing out "the falsehood; makip
clear the desecration and in repudiav
ing and rebuking the libel" commit-
ted by Mr. Halvey.
Hopea for Recall.
"I hope, the president will go fur^
ther," continued the senator.
hope that he will take steps to right
the wrong that Mr. Harvey has per-
t "rated upon Un American people.
"I hope he will recall him from
his post. After the publication ot
these false statements about his own
country, Mr. Harvey ought not to be
cured or a physician summoned. The
uniform success that has attended the
Use of this remedy and the prompt
cures which it has effected have made
t r. staple article of trade.
the British court.
"It is a shame that America should
be represented abroad by a man who
thus expresses his contempt for his
r.v/a nation and its soldiers."
sought what was not our own, noi
taken all that we might have claimed,
What They Achieved.
Day oi Common Troth,
"But let me repeat, that great ac-
hievements for humanity was not the
"They have seen our protecting ajm witli which they entered upon
strength above the outposts of liberty ; our internecine struggle. They were
on every continent. For more than h : called to preVent secession, to save
century our plighted word warned j the national unity. They believed
tyranny from half the world; then. ! tjjat institutions of this country
when the guage was taken up b> were good; that they deserved to be
mad ambition, men felt the blow tha« preserved; that they were worth su-
arm could strike when freedom an- preme effort, even all of life itself,
swered it's utmost might. Across In making that effort and that sacri-
the seas we sent our hosts of liberty s : fice_ they dld far more lhan gaye what
sons, commissioned 'to redress thb , had aiready been gained; they made
eternal scales.' Today the sons ana j possible for slavery to be ended for-
daughters of other lands to which j ever
they save their all are placing with | ..It was the same in the more re_
loving hands their laurels on Amen- j cent war of the free peoplea againat
can graves, not less revere-i;;;* than he aut0Crat8 of he world. In its be-
are doing here. To me no gjnnings, men fought to protect thai
thought comev with more of inspira-
tion than this, that now oar memo-
riii day is become an international
t r.cat.iou; tha'. 'it calls upo i <;.«• tor*
innate free rf many lands and coun-
t.'<-s to .< p in its observance, ana
t.iat equally to them and us it is a
reminder ■ f our common troth to
civilization, humanity and everlasting
"There are gathered here the ashes
of a great army of those who fought
which they already had. Their
countries' lives were at state; their
rights as free men were menaced; ana
for these they went forth to battle
There was no thought of crusading
for the freedom of a world, of em-
ancipating distant peoples, of render-
ing a noble service to the enemy who
had attacked them. They had no
time and small disposition to indulge
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