The County Democrat. (Tecumseh, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, June 28, 1918 Page: 5 of 8
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TH1 COUNTY DEMOCRAT. TECUMSEH. OKLA
AS A SAFEGUARD
AGAINST THE HIGH COST
OF LIVING—ASK FOR
TRADE HARKED AND
WHICH ARE SOLD AT
Price* on most good* are
constantly changing those
days. This make* it diffi-
cult for customers to keep
posted. The safest plan,
therefore, it to buy trade-
marked and advertised goods
the prices of which are pub-
lished in the magazine* and
papers. There is auother ad-
vantaged in buying such
gooik -their quality is guar-
We make a speealt^ of
handling all well-known
brands of goods which have
a place in the up-to-date
* WE ARE AGENTS FOR *
* SENECA CAMERAS. *
Mia* Hub)' William* of Marlow, ia
iij the city vUitiug friend*.
Mina Polly Horton * ia ajiemiiug thin
] week with relative* in Chandler.
■ rn 1 "
j My home for sale, part cash, balance
| on easy terms. W. N. AUNKW.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Phillips are in
Kansas City for a few days visit.
Hardy Dial was here from lnola,
Okln., this week visiting his family.
Mrs. T. C. Cojielaud is spending the
week end with relatives in Cushing.
WANTED.—To buy 500 bushels of
onts. See Tom Folwell, Tecuinseh, Ok.
Rd Ward has returned from a trip
through Western Oklnhnmn and Knn
Cnrl King wns hete from Maud Mon-
day visiting Mr. nml Mr*. T. N. Cope-
Hicknell & Douglas will test cream
on Tuesday's nnd Saturday’s of each
1). M. Newell was here from Wn-
iietts Monday looking after business
Close out prices on Lawn Furniture
; carried over from last year. K. C.
NICHOLS & CO. -
i W. A. Prince wants your chickens,
eggs, butter and hides. Will pay carli
1 or trade for same.
I - ____
Judge W. A. Haggles was here from
| Walters, Okla., the first of the week
j visiting old friends.
Bad Cross work means war work for
I women, but 1 know you will agree with
me that the women can not carry the
work on alt .ic they must have the
co-operation of every man. woni*n and
ehild in the community And it also
I means work for nu n, for we must take
.iff our, hats to the Red Cross men
of the battlefield.
Splints, we are Informed, sre put ifii
| nearer the battle front m the Anieri-
|can army today thaa anywhere else
along No Man's Land. And this is
done in the hell-fire of the trenehes,
the Red Cross man often risking his
life to bandage properly some wounded
man before he moves him. Ho well
done ire most of the bandages, too.
thut at the field hospitals many times
no further care is needed and the
wounded are relayed to the hospital
trains nnd the base hospitals.
The women of Trenmseh who have
heard the call to come nnd help, have
proven faithful. Let us not rest day
or night until every woman in Teeiim-
seh is doing her part in this greHt war
work for wqnien. Let us make To-
cumseh 100 percent perfect.
Two dollars and sixty cents came
from the auction sale last Saturday
The first Saturday in each month has
been set aside ns auction day for the
Red Cross. Donate what you can.
Mrs. Mary M. Ktapp spent Monday
in Oklahomn City.
8. P. Larsh has returned to Miami,
after spending a few days loosing after
business interests here.
7 ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF
MID SUMMER HATS
Come in and look them over. No two
Have just arrived from the factory,
We also have a complete line of
. For Mid-Summer.
8. F. Hailey of Maud, candidate for
County Judge, was in the city Thurs-
day looking after his political fences.
Miss Ethel Anderson of Long
Beach, Cal., arrived in the city Inst
week to make her home here wit I# her
sister Mrs. Carl Boyd.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Copeland were
here from Tulsa Sunday visiting Tom
Copeland, who left Monday with the
Pottawatomie county boys for Camp
Cody, N. M.
Oscar Morris was hero from Ada the
first of the week to see his brother
O. C. Morris, one of TecumReh"s pop-
n 1 r young men who left for Camp
Cody, N. M., Monday.
Mrs. James Clyde Bell spent a few-
last week at Camp Howie, Texas, with
her husband. Mrs. Bell says Clyde was
looking fine and that the army life
appeared to agree with him in every
.! > *,- —v ^t
Julius Kroueh wan here from Okla-
homa City, Hatonkjr.
Krnlso Morris camo homo from Cush-
ing, Monday, for a visit with friends.
Guy Horne loft Wednesday, for Cush-
ing, whore he has accepted a position.
Claud Cotton was hero from MaComb,
Thursday, looking after business mat-
Tticknell & Douglas will test cream
on Tuesday’s aud Saturday’s of each
Albert Coleman was in the city from
MaComb, Thursday,, looking after busi
Judge Thus, Day, of the Pleasant
Valley neighborhood was in the city
Miss Mattie Morris \wis in the city
Tuesday. from Anadarko, visiting
W. A. Prince wants your chickens,
eggs, blitter and hides. Will pay cash
or trade for same.
Misses Winnie and Katie Dutton
• nine home from Edmond, Sunday, to
: p“:id the day- with homefolks.
V.-.i Juanita Bartley of Ok'nloimi
":D . .:n lay in the city. He
. i -! i ; ‘ir . Mrr, Mrs. L'oyd licnoa
j T':-’ First National Bank has a num-
licr of service buttons. If you havi
| relative in the army or navy, cal'
j , lid get. one.
STOUT WHOLESALE PRODUCE
j CO., will buy your Cream every day.
Also buys butter, eggs and poultry.
| I Nairn building.
Between good crops on one side and
i lli - espionage law on the other, tin
| socialist vote in Oklahoma this year
ionlines to shrink almost to the van-
| .' -king point.
The man with a good savings
tccount can leave his loved ones
each day with a clear conscience
and a happy disposition.
He knows that his family will
be protected from immediate want
no matter what befalls him.
If you haven t given your fam-
ly this well-deserved protection,
.pen an ; cc-... , ' v. . t. at once
J'7 cans" of tobacco, 44 sacks. 10
p.K-i -g, s of cigarettes and I can of
cigars, amounting to over .*.‘10. wa.-
j coilectr.d Monday evening for the boy;
|! \-ng for tho training camp.
OB if HATFIELD ANNOUNCES
FOR COUNTY WEIGHER
The First National Bank
(OLDEST BANK IN THE COUNTY)
M PHILLIPS, President S. P. LARSH, V Pres. A. M. ABBOTT, Cnsjii r
I i>- ,iiB r*!ie of tho Deincorat will
ii> found t’-e anmiiiiicoment of John
Fait"old of this city as a candidate for
j ir.lv weigher of Pottawatomie coun-
j fv, subject to the actiosi of tho Dcni-
joc.ntic primary August 0.
Everybody la Pottawatomie count..
I hnows John Hatfield and everybody
j likes liim and if V.'’ don’t miss our
! fu'sr. he will conn pretty near being
i the next weigher of iliis comity.
John’s many friends over the county
will he glad to know he is getting in
tiie race a I i’ll will all rally to his sup
RirlcnoU & Dougins will test cream
en Tuesday’s nnd Saturday’s of each
Have vou bought your war stamps?
FARM LANDS. RANCH I.ANDS.
Any Part cf Oklahoma
Ext unite listing*. Guaranteed do
j Beription.s made by members of THE
INTERSTATE BONDED REALTY AS
LIFT YOUR PROPERTIES
with The Interstate Bonded Realty As
reel at ton Every member wider Bond
I guaranteeing representation and de-
’ serlptloua EXCLUSIVE LISTINGS
Write us In full, describe your prop
erty. The Bonded member nearest you
wli! make tn*"<>rMon Tf it 1 w *t'i
j the price asked, we can selUt for you
BONDED SECURITIES COMPANY
j Interstate Bended Realty Arsociitlen
702 Oil Exchange Building
Ok’ahoma City, Oklshoma
E. C. S. N. PREPARES FOR
8AVINOS STAMP CAMPAIGN
Ada, Okla., June 26.— Mr. P. E.
Downing, Miss Beulah McDaniel, Miss
Lottie Mildred Hj-Kellnr and Miss
Sallie Faye Hendon, officers of the
Pottawatomie Comity Club at East
Central Normal School, have charge of
the management of the war savings
stamp campaign among the I’ottnwat
omic county students. The officers and
faculty advisers of the eleven county
organizations of the Normal School, at
a meeting held Friday afternoon, June
21, made definite plans for the war
s'vings stamp campaign. These or
gani/.ations have assumed the task of
collecting the pledges of the entire
student body and sending them to the
home counties of the students. Dupli-
cate copies will be kept ou the files
of the institution. The work will be
completed at a mass meeting held at
2.00 p. in. on June 28.
The Tecumseh National Bank
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
E. L. ROSEBUSH, President. T. D. SMITH, Vice President
M. II. WAGNER. Cashier. I>. W, SPENCER, Vice President.
t). C. MORRIS. Assistant flashier. P. K. O’NEIL.
STATEMENT OF MAY iO, 1918.
Loans and discounts ....
| (Ivor.(tuff* ... .........
U. S. Bonds, Warrants ..
| Federal Reserve Stork . .
I Hanking House. Furniture
uud fixtures ........
Other real estate .......
CASH and EXCHANGE
Redemption fund .......
1 I9S.26 Capital Stock ....
**' 901) 00 ' NurP1** an<* Profits
('iren lu gi.m ........
. ♦ 25,000.00
The above is n condensed statement as rendered to the Comptroller.
We respectfully solicit voui business. Our Desire ts to Serve.
M. H. WAGNER. Caahier.
A STITCH IN TIME.
Tecumseh Peop.e Should not Neg oct
No kidney ailment in unimportant.
Don’t overlook tho slighost backache
or urinary irregularity. Nature innv
bo warning you of approaching dropsy,
gravel of Bright’s disease. Kidney
disease is seldom fatal if treated in
time, hut neglect may pave the way.
Don’t neglect a lame or aching back
another day. Don’t ignore dizzy
spells, headaches, weariness or depress
5oii. If you-feel you need kidney help
begin using the reliable, time-tried rem-
edy. Doan’s Kidney Pills. For f>0
rears, Doan’s have been found effect-
re. Endorsed by Tecumseh people.
‘ Mrs. K. J. Cartmill. Tecumseh, says:
‘*1 used Doan's Kidney Pills years
rtgo when I had severe trouble with
my hack and kidneys. From my ex-
perience with this medicine I feel I
can conscientiously recommend it to
anyone suffering from disordered kid-
neys or that bearing-down misery in
Price 00c, at all dealers. Don’t sim-
ply ask for a kidney remedy—got
Doan’s Kidney Pills-—the same that
Mrs. Cartmill had. Fo.ster-Mi’burn
Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
THE SEASHORE AND THE MOUNTAINS ARE CALL
INO. AND YOU WILL SOON BE ON THE WAY
TO THE SPOT YOU HAVE CHOSEN
FOR YOUR VACATION
But before you go you should think cf those things you
will need while sway. At most summer p aces It is near y
always difficult to obtain your favorite toilet necessities
you are accustomed to usiiig at home therefore you will be
well advised to take with you most fif those articles that
are necessary in your daily t-'iilettc.
The display of Vacation Needs at our store this week
wi'l no doubt remind yon of several things you will want
to take with you on your trip.
COME AND HAVE A LOOK AT OUR ATTRAC
jjoxotJ Tecumseh, Oklahoma
[All Fagged Out
That’s a general complaint after the holidays.
Is it YOUR complaint?
Don't stay fagged.
Come to this Drug Store and get the best system builder manu-
Wc have preparations that will assist overworked and Ured Na-
ture in quickly rebuilding wasted tissue and restoring lost bodily
Come and see us. and wc will qniikly put you right up in the front
of the push.
CARSON DRUG COMPANY
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Supper Over—Still Daylight
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Perfection Oil Cook Stove. Its time and toil-saving con-
veniences exempt you from coal hfid drudgery tree you
from fuel worry—lighten your kitchen duties.
The Long Blue Chimney Burner makes clean, quick work of
cooking. Lights and heats instantly. Flame stays where
set. No smoke—no odor. Used in 8,000,000 homes.
New Perfection Ovens bake perfectly because of correct heat
circulation. Have glass doors. Fit any stove.
Sold at hardware and housefurnishing stores. New Perfection
booklet sent on request. •
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7600 Platt Avenue Cleveland, Ohio
NOTICE TO DEALERS—The Magnolia Petroleum Company are
distributors of these products in your locality. Complete stocks are
carried by them at conveniently located points and they are orepared
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" * •*
with a New Perfection Kero-
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you steaming hot water quickly
for kitchen, laundry and bath.
Ask your dealer or write us
for folder No. 318.
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