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Cherokee County Democrat (Tahlequah, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 30, 1914 Page: 4 of 8

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CHEROKEE fQUMr DEMOCRAT
W~«k I;. K*taMt>he4 Daily
M IIS. I)fCK\rORTH.
t OBV/I '}*&
MOODT ITEMS.
'a. Isaac* preuit^d a very
c.gbt boi it s iasprovint:
vfbleb Mr. I
litre in ibf
for corpo':!
appearance of a g
to all aj j>«rars>.ri< •
friwdi t>er« who
Hi* slogan, "A *■
and «pe«ial privil
g'x/d one and h
man who woald t
TH A WIVEIlKAIt V OF
ODD FELLOWSHIP;
prime ry c
Kpeaking of ehiropractlts remind*
u of th<- yelp let out by the cur, the
watch dog for those who Mould ex-
po«e our people to contagion for tb«
rake of making a dollar or so oft of
them. Chiropractic, what does it
mean. Well, yo to the dictionary.
It would take too much time to de-
fine the term. If you hunt out the
definition and und< nstand it you will
have done something. We remem-
ber bavins; one of tin- <• critters here
a year or bo ago. This fellow made
no visit to pa' > iit;, but .it our <•>.
pense advertihed extensively and in
duced the weak, ihe hall, th> rheu-
matic and any who were suffering
and naturally willing to try anything
where a prorai;t of a ur- c ure wa
given, as in most always the case
with the sufferer, to come to hit
office, and if anyone of them was
ever benefited to the extent of the
value of one cent they have kept it
to themselves k> ck •• that v.< nav<
|f;, ,
who pretends to preside over thi
give-away pap< r of the town, lust
week had a fit of frenzy when hi
read it and at once concluded to call
us an old reprobate, perhaps it wai
another of the scbem> that go into
business with only v. ind as the cap-
i
make another in.< Lment in the city
he pretends to o.i n and love so well.
Maybe he feait hla \w-ekly trips to
•Muskogee may r<- lit seriously anil
that he may need a >anitarium. Wi
i i ..
some old worn-out rug- left over
from the better days lie may hav
seen but we feel good to think that
a good many poor iufferti:- will not
hi! hoodwinked out of i jn r that
tliey may need for other purpose.'
1 .•
it: I ■/.' d ' ind This town
resident medical men a well Quali-
fied to treat the ill* of humanity ac
any town of t.s t;« and wi feel
ijulte sure they are better prepared
i.endf a new theory medical school
two or three week -,, gets a diploma
and" starts a sanitarium to work the
poor unfortunate fij/hting for life
and health. No, that old suiker can
keep on fawning ; nd smiling and
trying to live at the expense of the
people he palavi-r* and blarneys but
he can't ojitrol the policy of this
paper which everyone but him knows
Is run In the Interest of Tahlequah
and cherokee county and the people
thereof.
| "Old fogy" perhaps; but I V
R"bekab lodge will confer ti/.? d
are cordially invited to be present.
Tahlequah tbonlln lorixe will
baskets well filled.
a copy sent Hulbert Lodges.
. LOLA THOM8EN.
£ "till con • t >, tjw. £
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I right claimed and exerciaed by T
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4.
j. Oklahoma to u ... and • n- X
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T force Its wi Jim ■ ro y
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X laws.
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picnic.
Program:
iridr , "Thi Rural School"
— R. N. Leerskov
Song, "Church In the Wildwood"
Caney and Barber schools
Song, "Pleasant Sunny Meadows"
Barber Chart Cla s
I'lD i
Song, "Somewhere"-
Caney Domestic (Science clas-
Ch<roke< addres3__Chas. Tlendabout
Those who will take part In dia-
logues are Inez Walker, Blake Clark,
llertie Jones, Callle Sanders, Flor-
i on, Dall Kink, Bayless Brackett,
Thomas Willi*, Emrnc. Wilson and
0
The speakers are Helen Clark,
Grace Moore, Francis Walker, Mamie
Sanders, Jesse McLemore, Bertha
S;i I lee, Martin Clark, Mary Catron,
Rlpie Walker, Clara Ouffey, Fay
Blake, Rosetta Jones. Nell Walker,
Callle Sanders, Nighthawk McLe-
ttiore, Annie Wilson, Mabel Brown,
Jesse Cockruni, Inez Walker, Jesse
Urackett, Cecil Clark, Alfred Moore.
Mary Handy, Orie Sallee, Stella
Tilake. Robert Jones, Ray Skaggs,
Lor a Ouffey, Robert Christie, Nellie
I.lake, Klsie Willhlte, Calvin Skltt,
Opal Moore, Lugie Bearpaw, Robert
Willis, Ktnma Toaney, Dall King,
Stan Watle Bearpaw, Janle Christie,
I'annle Teaney, Klla Holderby, Nancy
Bearpaw, Heinle Willhlte, Peachle
Clark,
There will lie a negro nerrnon by
Eugene Blake, a play entitled, "Lai t
day of school," by the Barber school,
anil a May pole drill by Caney. •
There will be games, contests and
amusements of every sort as well as
plenty of dinner. A cordial Invita-
tion is extended to everybody anil
specially to all who are interested in
the stfhools of Cherokee county.
Tbe Arrow Is prepared to print
fancy stationery of ail kinds. Lear*
your order for calling cards here
S«Uafactios amrtd.
MI TOItl POSTOI KICK
IS DISCONTINUED
Metory postoffice has been dis-
Hitiaued, effective June 15, 1914,
t • po ot ?e department is now
advertising for bids to carry the
mail from Qualls to Tahlequah.
' an - t ins- a week, leaving Qualls
Tue- ; .y, Thu- day and Saturday;
leaving Tahlequah not later than
p. m., arriving at Qualls at 6 p. m.
1 e pr im.isier will be pleased to
give any information relative to
ibnii't.ng bids for carrying, mail on
NOTK K TO < RKDITORS
TO PRESHVT CLAIMS
In ti- i .iuuiy court in and for Cher-
Will Bird, deceased, are required to
present the same with the necessary
vouchers, to the undersigned ad-
ministr 'oi ,ii Tahlequah, Oklahoma,
within four months of the date
hereof, or the same will be forever
Dated ti dav of April, IS] 4.
S. H. WALKING-STICK.
Administrator estate o Will Bird,
First published April 30, 1914.
NOTK 1 TO ( RKDITORS
TO PRESENT CLAIMS.
It; the matter of the estate of Joseph
Woodard. deceased.
ill pei ot-- having claims against
Ji ejih Woodard, deceased, are re-
quired to present the same with the
ec ir_i vouchers, to the under-
let administrator at Tahlequah,
Oklahoma, within four months of
tlie date hereof, or the same will be
Dated this 2Sih day of of April,
JACKSON WOODARD,
Administrator.
R. II. COUCH,
Alty, for Adtn.
First; published April 30, 1914.
Feel it ileal.
hen you wallow Dr. Hell's
i'lrjo- I ir-1. ■ r.cy ynu can feel It
/- t. /. , ' J MITHHJ CM l/.C
far,■ s ot*"-—iuiya Cr&uny Ahuaifc.
1 t' fJpannT'" wnjr of mylng JI, after
r ity n >■ i« • r. - o. Cm you
i y i •; f r so II arr,«:J b-.y It
' liranr.y knows, tuid, sl u knows
she katfva.
A r.t l -*h flrnrny «r -t Ih3
lit It j on vvery of
Dr. Belt's
PINE-TAR-HONEY
SSOeata, SO Cents. ) 1.00
"Tell Ey The Bell"
For making quickly and per
fectly, delicious hot biscuits,
hot breads, cake and pastry
there is no substitute for
Qr.PRICE'S
OR E AM
ind returned Salarda; |
From what we can lean, i
pleased to report that
t to fall off. The trees
lerty went to Combs
:-e Sunday to meet dele-
b« interest of the next
Black Gum th .• third
r.- it Tahlequah, was in
:ig the Elgin sewing ma-
in Moore, Walte. °*—".1
y Herrin each purchased
BAKING POWDER
HADE FROM GRAPES
Sixty Years the Standard
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS
For Sale by CREW BROS,
T'nder this head parties desiring
to announce themselves for pref r-
aient at the hands of the itemocratic
party in the coming primary will b';
charged the following pricei.
Township offices $ 5 00
County offices 10.00
Cash must accompany each an-
nouni "inent a* It has a long time to
run. The announcement will ap-
p> r in each issue from the date it
is received until the primary in Au-
I'OR (OVtSltt sS.
The Arrow and the Cherokee
County Democrat, together with the
citizenship of Cherokee county take
pleasure in -innouncing to the voters
of th'- Second congressional district
our citizen
W. W. Hastings
as the best qualified man to name
for the candidacj for congress and
appeal for their support at the pri-
mary to be held August 4th, iext.
■ountv treasurer, subject to the ac-
i on of the democratic party at the
jr.- <ry August 4th. 1914.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the office of County
Treasurer of Cherokee county, sub-
j' to tht result of the democratic
primary the coming August. 1914.
Respectfully,
R. W FOSTER
FOR REPRESENT \TI\ E.
We art- authorii!«-'l to ani.ounff
the name of
J. D. COX
a candidate for Representative in
the Legislature, subject to ihe de-
cision of the democratic primary
August 4, 1914
DISTRICT jcix.i:.
We ;:re authorized to announce
JOHN H PITCHFORD
as "a candidate for the democratic-
non '. lion for Judge of the. First
jn Hci;:l di Tlct, subject to the de-
cision of Ihe democratic primarie- on
August 4, 1914.
FOR coi vrv .U DOB.
We are authorized to announce
the name ot
J. T. PARKS
as a candidate for the office of
County Judge, subject to the decis-
ion of the democratic voters at the
primary election to be held on Au-
gust 4, 1914.
We are authorized to announce
the name of
E. C. McMICHAEl,
i candidate for re-election to the
office of County Judge, subject to
the will of the democratic voters as
expressed at the primary to be held
\ugust 4th, next.
FOR < Ol VTY SHERIFF.
I OR COI'NTY t LERK
W< are authorized 10 announce
J. R. MILLER
pr. nt Register of Deeds, which of-
fice has been consolidated with
County Clerk, a~ a candidate for re-
elecTion as County Clerk, subject
to thf> action of the democratic
party at the primary August 4. 1914
i ui: < m RT i LERK.
Ed tor Democrat: You are au-
horized to announce the name of
J. MONROE WALLACE
for re-election t'2nd term) to the
•ffice of Court Clerk, subject to the
will of the democratic voters at Au-
gust primary.
FOR ASSESSOR.
This paper is authorized to an
nounce the name of
.1. W. DEMOSS
s « candidate for the office of
County Assessor, subject to the ac-
tion of the democratic party at the
P maries August 4. 1911
n i: sl'PEIflVI'l-A'DENT
COUNTV SCHOOL''
This paper is authorized to an-
nounce the name of
MRS. JOS1E CRITTENDEN
SARTAIN
• n a candidate for the of-
fice of County Superintendent
of Schools, subject to the action of
the democratic party at the pri-
maries August 4th, 1914
This paper is authorized to an-
nounce the name of
M. M. BALLEW
as a candidate for the office of
County Sheriff subject to the action
of the democratic party at the pri-
maries august 4, 1914.
Editor Democrat: You maj an-
nounce the name of
It. C. BOOUS
i a democratic candidate for the
office of Sheriff at the primary elec-
tion to he held August 4th.
We are authorized to announce
the name of
W. W. YOUNG
as a candidate for the office of
Sheriff, subject to the will of the
democratic voters at the primaries
August 4th, next.
COI'VTY ATTORNEY.
We are authorized *o announce
the name of
HENRY M. VANCE
as a candidate for nomination to the
office of County Attorney, subject to
the will of the democratic party at
the primary to occur on August 4th.
Editor Democrat: You are author-
ized to announce that
A. K RALSTON
will be a candidate for the office of
County Attorney subject to Ihe ile-
clslon of the democratic voters at
the primary on August 4th, next
I OR COUNTY TREASURER.
This paper is authorized to an-
nounce the name of
J. NORWOOD PETERSON
as a candidate for the office of
County Superintendent of Schools,
subject to the will of the demo-
cratic party at the primaries Au-
gust 4, 1914.
This paper is authorized to an-
nounce the name of
WILL GHOKMLEY
as a candidate for the office of
County Superintendent of Schools,
subject to the action of the demo-
cratic voters at Hip primarv August
4, 1914.
FOR COI \TY COMMISSIONER.
We are authorized to announce
the name of
CHARLES WEST
as a candidate for the office of Com-
missioner from the Second district,
subject to the will of the democratic
voters nt the primary to be held Au-
gust. 4th, next.
This paper is authorized to an-
1 nounce the name of
GEORGE .). .mute
as u candidate f ir the olf.ce of
County Commission r from the 2nd
district, subject to the action of the
democratic party at the pilma-. Au-
gust 4, 1914.
This paper Is authorized to an-
nounce the name of
CI"RG CRITTENDEN
as a candidate for the office of
County Commissioner from the First
djstrict subject to the action of the
democratic party at the primarv Au-
gust 4, 1914
This paper is authorized to an-
nounce the name of
GRASS GOURD
as a candidate for the office of
County Commissioner from the Third
district, subject to the will of the
democracy at the primaries August
This paper Ib authorized to an-
nounce the name of
W. H. BALENTINE, JR.
as a candidate for the office of
We nre authorized to announce
the nartfe of
•T B. BREWSTER
as a candidate for the office of
' ounty Commissioner from the .Sec-
ond district, subject to the will of
the democratic voters at the pri-
mary on August 4, 1914.

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Cherokee County Democrat (Tahlequah, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 30, 1914, newspaper, April 30, 1914; Tahlequah, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc90277/m1/4/ocr/: accessed April 10, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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