Cherokee County Democrat (Tahlequah, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 21, 1914 Page: 2 of 8
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Eastern Oklahoma Cattlemen's Protective Association
Thiv page i« pesmul for the Eastern Oklahoma Cattlemen's Assoclalioi. Articles or communications
of int<>r«-st to the Association will appear hereon. To insure publication communications should reach
this office nof later than Ykonda.v.
Brand and Postoffice Address of Members of the Organization
It. C. BOG (.8
M. M. BALl.EU
t 'HAS. WEST
X. II. SELLERS
LANHAM, Neu., . .
Nebraska-Kansas st3te line marking
the spot where the old Oregr; tr.. 1
crossed from Kau««s Into Nebraska,
a monument erected by the two
states, adjoining counties and his-
torical organizations, was dedicated
Tuesday. It was accepted by Gov-
ernor John H. Morehead of Ne-
braska. and Governor George H.
Hodges of Kansas upon behalf of the
Mrs. Warren Perry, state regent
of the Nebraska Daughters of the
American Revolution, unveiled the
monument, which was presented to
the two states by Robert Harvey,
president of the Oregon Trafil monu-
ment commission, and Mrs. Mabel H.
Scott of the 1>. A. R.
ENDS IN A TIE
(From F. Iday's Daily Arrow).
TJie fastest game of base ball
played in Tahlequah in many moons
was played yesterday when the Nor-
mals met the Bankers for the third
game in a rub of two preceding
which stood one game of victory for
After playihg 9 exciting innings
the game, on account of the lateness
of the hour, was called ofT as the
store stood 2 and 2, neither side
"Bob" Wyly received excellent
Hipport from his men and p tched
a splendid game. Coursey was in
the box for the Normals and like-
wise received splendid support as
the score will verify.
The next game booked for Tahle-
quah fans will be between the Out-
laws and Bankers Thursday, May 20.
Ihis will also bo a lively game as
the last between the*e two tennis
resulted n a tie. and each team
w'ill try to show its Superiority in
the coming game.
Several ball enthusiasts have a-Ic-
ed that the town people who enjoy-
good base ball make no appoint-
ments that w811 interfere with their
seeing tlhe game, as it will be about
the Iatt game of the season and a
good one to finish up on.
F. C. Dresler
G. A. Heaton .25
Rev. H. T. Breeoe .50
I. Norwood Peterson 1.00
T P. Wolf i.oo
Dink Johnson .50
Frank Barton 1 .50
Levi Clark i.oo
Henry Hinton i.o<
W. C. Antoine .20
I.oe Latta i.oo
W. A. Rosser .50
Mrs. Vandiver .2."
TOPEKA, May 14.—That he m v
harvest his wheat crop, his first in
three seasons, and provide for his
family, W. F. Richards of Saline
county was granted a sixty-day pa-
role Monday from the state prison.
Richards was received at Lansing in
January to serve one to five yearls
on a charge of selling mortgaged
property. During his imprisonment
the wlieat crop, which Richards
planted last fall, has developed but
his family is unable to harvest it.
Richards' parole binds him to re-
turn to the penitentiary on or be-
bore July 30.
IM Y SHOT PLAYING
GALESBIRG, III., May 15.—Eu-
gene Reed. 3 years old, was prob-
ably fatally wounded at Roseville
Wednesday by the discharge of a
small"rifle while he and his brother
Orrie. 0 years old, wera playing
SHE FEELS THAI
SUES BEEN CURED
FOR GOOD CAUSE
The people of Park Hill in honor
of the dead and that a respectable
place for the living to visit may l.e
maintained have donated a sum of
over fifty dollars for beautifying and
up-keep expenses of the Park Hill
Every village and city will do
well to follow in the footsteps of
our neighboring town to the east,
that the resting places of the dead
may not be over-spread with weeds
trampled under foot by reckless
The committee having the under-
taking tin charge publish 'he follow-
Jim Wade . j! 0()
William Hinton, Sr. >5
John Carlile ~ i'J0
I- S. Smith 100
T. F. Latta 50
Rex Sansing . "" 1 00
Milton stout 50
S. F. Carlile j
W. H. Adams j'on
Mrs. J. A. Hensley
Jess Sanders "
W. P. Davidson [ ",tu
Mat Sanders _ ~~ j fH,
R. L. Balinger j ,,0
Dero J. Brown " j'oo
Rufus Miller "LIZ" 1 Ho
W. T. Miller j
J. Monroe Wallace ~~ j
(J. W. Johnson _ j (p,j
J. U Goodrich i.oo
J. P Ro«*r _ ..
From what Mrs. F. L. Hilton, of
Corn Shell Hill, !t miles south of
Tahlequah, reports an the result of
j 'reatnient given her by Judge M. O.
| (ihormley, it teems that the judjre
j lias, a, marv -loatj leuiedy.
Mrs. Hilton came to our ofTic"
1 las' Tuesday and related that she
l had been under treatment of doctors
; seven years for catarrhal and lung
; 'rouble, and the last twenty month-
! ! he had an incert-ant cough that al-
i most robbed h<T of sleep or rest ; ii:I
; that on the 2nd day of April shi
| was brought here in the last stager
of consumption and that on tiiat
day Judge Ghormley began giving
her his treatment and that she now
felt she was well, except that she
would have to recuperate her
strength as tile ravages of the dis
ease had weakened her very much.
She related that after beting treat
ed fiv.• days her eough left her and
that it has not bothered her sine
and considers herself well and
preparing to return. While am.icl-
ated she showed good color and •<
us looked healthy except her ap'
GO TO OKMlLGEt
(From Friday's Dally Arrow).
R. C. Hinds and J. C. Hensley,
Uie N. E. S. N. debating team, ac-
companied by Prof. H. It. Williams
left on the noon train today for
Okmulgee where this evening they
meet the Edmond team in the final
"tate contest. The question to be
debated is, "Resolved, That the
I uEted States siiouid own and con-
trol all the railroads -within its
borders" The N. E. S. N. have the
negative side of the question. Ok-
mulgee was selected as the place of
meeting because of its being mid-
way between here and Edmond.
Se® J. H. Crumpler for City and
Farm Loads. Office qver Crew Bros
Drugstore Phone 22C
I. I. COURSES
I Y< X RVLLEW
T. P. WOLFE
I .ON TIPTON
I II INK CHAHBONEAl
A. 11. FOSTER
•T. J. LOVETT
I>. H. ELLER
J. .1. COOKSON
ROSS 1>A ME I
I). L. COOKSON
W . H. WALKER
BALLEW & SON
H LI I S PORTER
U>e. K. CARLILE
loll\ McCON NELL
II. C. HI NTEH
•'AS. K. PARR IS
\V. T. WILSON
W. L. SHAR1
S. A. CLINGYN
H. W. HAMPTON
CI RB CHITTENDEN
I C, VEEIA
"FA \ CHANDLER
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Cherokee County Democrat (Tahlequah, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 21, 1914, newspaper, May 21, 1914; Tahlequah, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc90280/m1/2/: accessed November 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.