State Sentinel (Stigler, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 15, 1921 Page: 4 of 8
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STATE SENTINEL, STIGLER, HASKIJLL COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1921.
Published every Thursday, at its officd on Third Street, one block North
of Midland Valley Depot, in the town of Stigler. Oklahoma, by Virgil 1..
Henderson. Phones, office 11; residence 256
VIIMilL L. HENDERSON, Kilitur and Proprietor
Entered at the post office at Stigler, Haskell County, Oklahoma, as sec-
ond class matter, February 21st. 1906, under get of Congress of
March 3rd, 1879.
SI HSCRIITION : A YEAR
ADVERTISING RATES: 20c p. r inch, singie column per issue, 80c by
the month. Local reader notices, 10c per liLe per issue, blackface l&c
per line. Four issues count one month on all advertising.
Christmas is here at Mayer's Store and the numerous kinds of practical gifts are fast disappear-
ing from our shelves and show windows to be kept in the mmy homes until Dec. 25th, which
is only a few days hence. If you have not dori2 your Christmis shopping, do it now.
IF NOT DISARMAMENT—
Since the year 1913, eight year*
ago, the debt of all the nations of
the world totaled only forty-three
billions of dollars. In the year 1918
the. year the war closed, the total
debt of these nations was two hun-
dred and live billions, but this is not
all—LISTEN: In the year 1919,
following the war, these debts in-
creased to two hundred and nineiy-
five billions and then in the year
1920 this debt reached the enormous
sum of three hundred eighty-three
billions and the indications now are
that by the end of 1921 figures will
show the total indebtedness to bo
over four hundred billions of dollars.
This does not include, you must re-
member, the debts of corporations,
firms and individuals, hut the direct
national debt alone.
We say this is astounding, that it is
unbelievable, but is it when we go on
building battleships at the clip of one
hunded twenty-five at a time and at
the sume of forty millions each and
increasing our war supplies of every
kind in the same proportion, right
here in America, and no doubt the
other nations are doing the saline
thing. If this keeps up much longer
even a little longer, can we be other
than bankrupt, both nationally an.l
individually? Would not such a dire
calamity as we are heading for under
the present government extravagance
liave a tendency to lead to revolution j through the process of auy partica-
A WORTHY CAUSE.
The initiation of the movement to
< sty'.tiish The Woodrow Wilson Foun-
dation by friends of the fonmer pres-
ident in recognition of his national
and nteruational services, the speci-
fic purpose which is to perpetuate
his ideals of democracy and human
treedoin is worthy of the support of
every lover of actual government by,
of ant1 for the people. These ideals
are ,-robably more fully explained in
Mr. Wilson's own statement, .made
"Life—the life of society, the life J
of the world has constantly to be |
fed from the bottom. It has to be
iVd l: om those great sources of i
.(■■niUh which are constantly rising I
in new generations. Red blood has j
to be pumped into it. New fibre has j
to tie supplied. That is the reason |
T have always sriid I believed in pop- j
ttlar institutions. If you can guess|
be for*. hand who your rulers are go-1
ing to be you can guess with a very
•.•real certainty that most of them will I
not be fit to rule.
"The beauty of popular institu-(
tions is that you do not know where
the man is going to come from, and
you do not care so he is the right
cnan. Yo do not know whether he
will coine from the avenue or alley;
jou Uo not know whether he will
come from the city or the farm. You
ao uot say that it has to come thru
uiood of auy particular family or
LADIEs' SUITS, <X ATS AND DRESKKS
T< • MAKE READY FOR
Children* Coals 11.98 to
Misses' Joats, 259 to
Ladies' Coats $3.85 to.
Dresses $4.08 up
Oregon Woolen Mills blankets, bath robes,
and shawls, a nice useful gift, for the next
t> n day.-i at reduced prices; choose early!
Ladies .MUk Hose, in holly boxes, pet-
pair $1.25 to - $1.75
Miis.s' -ilk !li/be. in holly boxes. .... 8I.2"(
: iik Taddie.*, .■>;!.Ov to 85.00
:VU tlown*. $ 5.00 to fT 80.N5
I'; Hi I lob.'-. $4.50 to 18.85
Sweater Ti ns. *1.00 to t>tl5.00
Ted.tj Rockets. 11.19 to #t.75
SEE BARGAIN COUNTER.
All French Heel boots reduced 50 % to
75r; of I heir fou.iier priced. All other
shoes at a great saving. We sell all-
5c, 10c, 15c, 20c, ii.V, SOc, and 35c
Fancy Assorted. Also box handkerchiefs.
Furs for Gifts
*11.25 to SW.-J.88.
Jewelry for Gifts
:!iigs, llrooches, Beads. Combs,
ONE LOT MEN'S SUITS PRICED AT
We have grouped one lot of Men's Suits
in this sale and are offering them at the
llargain Price of
Hoys' Suits, one lot .
H3 1-8 OFF
Men'* and Boys Hats. 81.50
One lot overalls, 240 weight blue denims,
size 36 to 44, while they last (one over-
ail to a customer) $1.00
Aiti'y Wool Sox, a pair 15c
Black .. pair 10c
New Kumapart Belt Buckles 82.50
Initial Cull' Buttons 81.00
.Supporter* 15c, 25c and Use
Box lit ililly Boxes 81-50
Handkerchiefs, 10c, 15c, 35c aivtf 50c
Mail Us Yotir Wants
Mail Orders Promptly Filled
LEtiiON FEEDS HOROES
FOUND AT BRISTOW
and disorder such as the world has
never yet witnessed, not even in
Russia? Too poor to carry on war.
civilized war, what else would natur-
ally follow? In the face of these
facts, the disarmament conference
must not fail. World Peace must
iar tiainiug, or by anything except
Uie native impulses and genius of
the man himself.
• i he humblest hovel may produce
you or your greatest mian. A very
..uuibie Jiome did produce you one
j. i lie greatest iinen. That is the
be the outcome of tlie deliberations . i. ..ess of life, this constant surging
going on at this time in Washington. ' .l( (l. ntw strength of unnamed, un-
A document insuring these, must be j cognized, uncatalogued men who
written and signed by all the nations | .. JU6>t feting into the running, who
represented, in the name of the mil - jjUst coming up from the masses
lions of people demanding it.
Let's have no "gentlemen's agree-
ment." Let's make the world safe
by actual performance of a duty we
owe not only to those who now live
to enjoy the fruits of peace and pros-
perity, but a duty we owe to the oth-
er millions who died upon the cross
of freedom in the world war.
For FARM LOAN'S, see Hershel
STIGLER GETS NEW
(Continued from Page One.)
be in all road maps and tourists will
bo d.rected through Stigler. It will
be the means of getting morr money
in the county and many other ways
will this town and county proi.t by
the investment of 8350. When the
bih'gt is competed and the Una is
shortened to Oklahoma Cit/ tuere
will be many wiore tourists routed
through here to Fort Smith as this
is a more direct route.
Quick Service in
See Hershel Butler.
Rub-My-Tisui is a great pain kill-
er. Relieves pain and soreness,
Rheumatism. Neuralgia. Sprains, Ac.
Visit the BUSY BEE Restaurant
ihe next time you're in town.
Taxi Service, call Busy Bee Cafe.
To those who find it neces-
sary to use Milk of Magne-
sia for acidity of stomach
or sccretions of the mouth
MILK OF MAGNESIA
Its formula complies with
the requirements of the
SOLD ONLY AT
Behan Drug Co.
"The Red Letter on the Box
"You do not know when you will
■ec above the level masses of the
i-ov.d suite great stature lifted head
,nd shoulders above the rest, should-
ering its way not violently but gent-
:\ to the front and saying:
" 'Here am 1; follow me.' And
hi> -oice be your voice, and you will
foilow him as if you were following
the best things in yourselves."
Ti.' line of Jewelry for Christmas.
Stigler Drug Company.
I 'ai'<lon«*<l .Convict Rearrested.
Whereas, a concerted inovetaient,: ! Subject: "What Do Repentance
iy proclamation and otherwise, Is be-' bristow. Dec. 14. - Seventy-five ho- anil Faith Have to Do With Salva-
tic carried on throughout the -entire boe--' stranded in Bristow were given j tion?"
South between faiers, business men a real leed a few days ago by the Am- Song Service- "Trust and Obey,"
mil Manufacturing interests of Uie 'rican Legion. There had been a Chrh t Recetveth Sinful Men."
wirlouti suites, the feasibility and no- ) banquet given by the legion for a Prayer.
< .sin of manufacturing and consum- I('vlc organization, and the hoboes Daily Bible Readings—Mrs. Kelley.
, the products Of the farm by the \ w"o treated to what was left over.
.-..pie of their respective states, and Tl" nett morning a representative
Whereas, Oklahoma has groyra an j °f th< tramps called at a newspaper
abundant tood, livestock and*feed I "ffico and asked that a note of thanks
nop, and in view of its great pjver- ''** published.
of products, is possibly ©Ptt£r
able to live within the confines of 1U
own borders than any other state;
The hungry men were picked up all
ovet the town, but some of them
feared it was a trick to get them in
Muskogee, Dec. 14. Pardoned
from the state penitentiary yesterday
morning, Charles Smith was arrested
here last night with a bicycle the po-
lice say he had stolen.
O >t your Ch-istmas Cards at the
St's; er Drug Company.
We have a nice list of residence
property and vacant lots we can sell
at reasonable prices. See us about,
them. Tapp & Cunningham.
San Domingo. Dec. 14.—United
States Senator Medill McCormlck,
member of the American congression-
al committee investigating American
military occupation of Haiti and Sun
Domingo, today went on record as
favoiing the withdrawal of United
States marines from San Domingo.
After testimony had been taken re-
garding to conditions in San Domin-
go. Senator McCormlck said:
"1 favor withdrawal of American
Allord Legrano, secretary to Pres-
ident Jiniinez, again testified that
Amtiican marines had comimitted
acts of cruelty on residents of the is-
M. Mella, a lawyer, another wit-
ness. declared conditions, financial
and otherwise, did not warrant inter-
Do your Christmas "hinting" fo-
Ligg. tt's Chocolates. Stigler Drug.
A nice Christmas Present for an
absent friend or loved one—the State
Sentinel $1.50 for 52 weeks.
What is the matter with newspap-
er correspondents? asks the Sapulpa
Heraid. This is the time of "sock-
dologers." Yet none of the news-
paper representatives have said so.
...d on account of the stringent flnan. ' 3"i! and refused to come. Coffee,
ial conditions of the country at this sandwiches, doughnuts and pies were
1. Repentance a Preparation for
Faith- Alex Pogue.
2. The Nature of Repentance:
First and Second paragraphs—Vena
Hall: Third and Fourth Paragraphs,
IJepentance is Not Salvation--
Faith the Saving Act oil the
it behooves the heads of all ag- served until the supply was exhaust- j Human Side - Grace Hall.
ti cultural departments and organiza- *<" «• of them declared that they
tions* to wage a campaign similar to lind «<* eaten for two da>'8
that being carried on In all the
southern states, that of LIVE AT
HOME DAY, to the end that out peo-
ple be urged to conserve and use their
own farm products, raised on their
! You get all you borrow on FARM
LOAN'S. See Hershel Butler. tr
Span of three-year-old mules for
arms, and live as nearly as possible ^ or terms: Frank ^entice,
off of the products from their farms. :
Owing to the high freight rates, it
very Imperative that the farmer learn si.00.
to utilize all of his own faraf pro-
ducts at home; can all of his own
S;:.00 Ever-Ready Safety Razor for
Stigler Drug Company.
fruit and vegetables, butcher and cure
his own meat, produce his owfl milk
The Relation of Repentance
and Faith- Myrtle Sherrill.
Brinrs Quick relict
fur Chills s'l'l lever.
T*:rab Ague. Intermit-
l. at ana Bilious Fer-
t-r. *?tlarK*«l spleen
general (lel.Dltj. La
rlpj.e chd 'Flu.
I t "is on the liver
: ..1 llowele.
T' Is Cl'il Cure
(Hi 6 cures Malaria, Chills and
Fever, Bilious Fever, Colds and La i
(■rippe, or money retunded.
the Bowels thormirlily: reg-
uluies the liver to do ita
work properly. If fa fern «c-
cortiing io directions will
cure you ev«v .'ne.
LaxatiTe Chill Ton-
it- ie a reliable Family >L.l-
lfine: no Injurious nrugs.
At >o<ir Druggisu; boiile,
Jno. Schaap & Sons
Ft. Smith Ark.
Hymn- "Look and Live."
Hymn—"More Like the Master."
Hymn—"At the Battle Front."
"What is Conscience?"—Velma
"How May We Keep our Consci-
ence Clear?"—Gladys Johnson.
"Why Is It Necessary that Con-
science be Properly Taught?"—Mr.
"How is Conscience to the Spiritual
Life like Nerves to the Physical
Recitation -Charles Wadley.
Quaitette—"Saviour Lead Me Lest
Special Music—Thelma Bates.
and butter and raise and
own feed for his cattle.
Now, Therefore, I, J. B. A. Robert.
n. Governor of the State of Okla-
homa. do hereby proclaim from De-
cember lath to December 20th, an
LIVE AT HOME WEEK, and hereby
rail upon all farmers, consumers,
manufacturers and all business Inter-
ests to enter into the spirit and co-
operate with this South wide move-
ment, to the end that a better dis-
tribution and consumption of Okla-'
honta products are ade use of thruout
the state; and that on December 20th
rhe people meet at their courthouses,; . ""^jr jg'nea°
chambers of commerce, school houses
and community centers to exchange
ideas and facilitate methods to pro-
mote, through this method of LIVE
AT ROME, a greater confidence and '
dependence upon the products pro-
duced with our own hands and the '
• weat of our own faces, than we have ~
done heretofore. That Oklahoma 7
will settle Its after-war problems
quicker by home-raising, truck asd
local shot haul transportation, in
fact returning to some of the first.
principles of our forefathers, then we
1 an by marketing, selling and re-'
buying these products at a greatly1
J. B. A. ROBERTSON,
Governor of the State of Oklahoma. !
JOF. S. MORRIS, ,
Secretary of State.
M I'SKOGEE WILL SEEK
Muskogee. Dec. 14. Muskogee,!
through its chamber of commerce will
make a hard fight for the stain sol-:
diers' memorial hospital to be locat-;
ed in the near future. C. C. Lydick, i
secretary of the commercial organiza-
tion, is organizing his forces for a!
strong showing when petitions are •
heard by the relief pntmmisslon at Mc-
Alester next Monday.
Some of the features to be urged
in favor of Muskogee are water, rail
facilities and excellent living condi-
Penslar White Pine
and Spruce Balsam
tion of approved remedies
for Coughs, Hoarseness,
and other disorders arising
from colds settling in the
SOLD ONLY AT
Behan Drug Co.
"The Red Letter on the Box
Just received a shipment of official
American Legion Jewelry
Christmas Time Is
No gift is more highly appreciated
than well chosen jewelry. Select
from our complete stock—you can
rely on getting full value here.
W. W. Stumbaugh
cures Malaria, Chills and
Fever, Rilious Fever. Colds and La
Grippe, or money refunded.
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