Cherokee County Democrat (Tahlequah, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 26, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 14, 1917 Page: 3 of 4

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CHEROKEE COUNTY DEMOCRAT, TAHLEQUAH, OKIjAHOMA.
Newspaper*—News Stand.
Fresh Candy at Big 4 Fruit
borhood In (airly good shape and
stated that he was one of the few
in that section to haw his corn all
planted.
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Store.
DA-tf
Caflile Revllle, o
— Tulsa, spent
Sunday and Monday at the bedsi I
of his father, Attorney M. C. Revllle,
who is critically ill wth pneiimoni
PLACE TO V.TaT—BIO 4 CAFE.
Peep )*i window. Big 4 Fruit
Stand. tf
Attorney M. Revllle, who Is
suffering with an attack of pneu-
monia, was reported slightly improv-
ed late Tuesday afternoon.
RUB-MY-TISM—Antiseptic, relieves
Rheumatism, Sprains, Neuralgia, etc.
1.90 inches of rain fall Monday
night and Tuesday greatly relieved
the drouth situation in this vicinity.
Despondency Due to Constipation.
Women often become nervous and
despondent. When this is due to
constipation It is easily corrected by
taking an occassional dose of Cham-
berlain's Tablets. These tablets are
easy to take and pleasant in ef-
fect. Adv.
Sheriff Davidson and posse, who
have been on the trail of the Pari:
Hill bank robbers cam? In Tuesdt
Fresh Fruits at the Big 4 Fruit
Store. DA-tf
J. M. Bailey, district farm agent
for the northeastern district, of
Muskogee, was a visitor in the citv
Monday.
Soft drinks at the Big 4 Fruit
Store. DA-tf
Break your Cold or LaGrippe with
* few doses of 606.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wyly are the
happy parents of a bouncing hov
baby, which arrived at their home
Tuesday morning, March 13.
Step in and view the Big 4 FruU
Store. DA-tf
J. T. Roy of Welling was a visi
tor in the city Tuesday, and whil<
here favored this office with a visit.,
He reports the crops in his neigh-1 it at the drug store.
evening and returned to the search
Wednesday morning so early that we
failed to get a glimpse of them to
clean particulars as to the chase.
Their short stay at home indicates
at least that they think they are on
he right lead.
BED CROSS—GOODNESS YES.
Red Cross Ball Blue, yes. Nothing
else will do. Red Cross Ball Blue
makes my clothes a beautiful clear
white, not the dingy yellow green
tinge of liquid blue. Red Cross Ball
Blue for me. Yes sir-ee, Bob.—Adv.
Read the dvertl ments.
Whom you have Backache the liver
or kidneys are sure to be out of gear.
Try Sanol, It does wonders for the
liver, kidneys and bladder.- A trial
35c bottle will convince, you. Get
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MILLINERY OPENING
MARCH 20
MELLY VICKERY
"SOIL MATES" AT THE
SEQUOYAH THEATRE
By means of a powerful and ab-
sorbing story the author of "Soul
Mates" shows in a masterful man-
ner that no line can be drawn be-
tween men and women when they
are evil any more than they can be
judged by different standards when
they are good. The main character
in this interesting drama consist of
two married couples, both ill-mated,
but with the man at fault in one in-
stance and the woman at fault in the
other. The eminent actor William
frivolous w'fe of the man she
adores. Through his secretary, Sher-
man becomes suspicious of his wife
and determines upon a unique meth-
od of saving her from herself and at
the same time revenging himself up-
on the man who threatens the honor
of his home. His wife loves money
and Carr is rich but Sherman ha<
the power to ruin him financially
Penniless, Carr is no longer Intel-
esting to Sherman's wife but his ow;
wife is forced to share his poverty
and Sherman's ejp of woe 1b full t.
the brim when he learns that the lit-
tle son he loves has also been affect-
Program for Rally.
Sunday, March 18 — Educational
sermon by every minister in county.
Monday, March 19 — Rally day
program in each district in county.
Thursday, March 22—School ral-
lies at night at the following places:
Welling, Park Hill, Hulbert, Yonk-
ers, Peggs, Gideon, Liberty, Scrap-
er, Grand View and Cookson.
Saturday. March 24—County ral-
ly day at Tahlequah.
T- IS:.'" -
William Cusjell
-wo chaftlptte bugton
yfrt * SOULMATES "
A ML tl/CA rt* MUTUAL STAR
Russell is cast as Lowell Sherman,
the loyal husband of a weak woman,
while the well known actress, Char-
otte Burton, plays the role of Muriel
Carr, the good wife of a reprobate
husband. Through her little son,
who Is worshipped by the childless
Sherman, she grows to love the big
handsome fellow who is as good and
wholesome as her husband is weak
and despicable. At the same time,
too great a friendship springs up be-
tween her husbtind and the vain and
ed by his reveng. It is at this poin
in the absorbing plot that Shermon
becomes acquainted with an unusual
and dramatic incident in his own
wife's past and the drama ends with
an extraordinary climax in which
William Russell, supported by his
splendid company, gives a remark-
able exhibition of great emotional
acting.
This interesting picture will
shown at the Sequoyah theatre, Fri-
day, matlness and night. Seats 10c.
MBOMMRMMi
Y
GARDEN TIME
Reduce the high cost of living by
utilizing your spare ground for
GARDEN PURPOSES.
We are Headquarters for All Kinds of
FERRY'S GARDEN SEED
A limited supply of Seed Sweet
Potatoes at 70c per peck.
New Texas Cabbage 12c per pound.
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CLASSIFIED
COLUMN
WANTED
WANTED—Roomers or light house-
keepers. Modern house—Every-
thing furnished. Reasonable rates.
Phone 385.
\G.i:vis -Colored man agent. Bit
tailoring gociety. Emblem button
1 fr< • . Pox 836-E, Chicago.
LOST.
WMI111
V" « V . i
REGINA AND
GOLD MEDAL
HATS
ALL LADIES CORDIALLY INVITED
LOST -Saturday on the city streets
a turquoiB ring. Finder please re-
turn to the Arrow office and re-
ceive reward.
FOR 8ALF
Beveral good milch cows for sale.
! Paul C. Best, Elin Grove Stock farm.
Phone 9, tt
BO acres, 6 miles SW of Hulbert,
partly improved. Cash, or will giv«
time on part. Arch Fulcher, Tahle-
quah, Okla. tf.
EGGS FOR HATCHING.
Thoroughbred Rose Comb
Rhode Island Red eggs for
sale. Best laying strain. $2
pei l"> eggs; $3 per 30. Also
a few pullets and two cockerels
at $1.50 and $2.50 ench.
4-io thurman nvyly.
......... .*. .;..;..;. *
COUNTY SCHOOL NEWS
Every teacher will make a one min-
ute report from their district. Do
not ask favors of any kind from me
if you are not present.
Be at this meeting without fail.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Under this head, parties desiring
to announce themselves as candi-
dates for city offices at the hands of
the democratic party at the primary
March 20, may do so at the follow-
ing rates:
City officers $2.50
Ward officers — 1.00
Names will appear in the order in
which they are received.
I OK SALE OR TRADE.
County Spelling Contest.
One boy or girl from each district
who has been chosen as the best
speller in the district will be eligi-
ble to enter the county contest. This
contest will be held at the ( ounty
Superintendents office on Saturday,
April 7, at 10:30 a. in. A gold,
silver and bronze medal will be given
for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places. Let me
know by the 24th of March who
your entry will be.
County Teachers Meeting.
A meeting of the teachers of the
county will be held in Tahlequah at
1:30 p. m. on Saturday, April 7. This
meeting is important and every
teacher in the county Is expected to
lie there. Even if your school has
closed we expect you If you are plan-
ning to teach in the county ne#t year.
A Bilious Attack.
When you have a bilious attack
your liver fails to perforin its func-
tions. You become constipated. The
food you eat ferments in your stom-
ach instead of digesting. This in-
flames the stomach and causes nau-
sea, vomiting and a terrible head-
ache. Take Chamberlain's Tablets.
They will tone up your liver, clean
out your stomach and you will soon
be as well as ever. They only cost
a quarter.
Prizes for i'arade.
1st., Bust of Washington. 2nd.,
school clock. 3rd., school library.
4th., school library. 5th., p'.-ture.
6th., picture. 7th., large flag, 4x8.
8th., large flag, 4x8. 9th„ large
flag, 4x8. 10th„ large flag, 4x8.
Arbor Day and Bird Day.
Oklahoma Arbor day and Bird
Day will be celebrated by the schools
on Friday, March IB.
Eiglitli tirade Eliminations.
The eighth Grade examinations
will be held at the following places
on Thursday and Friday. April 12
and 13. The examinations will be-
gin at 8:30 each morning and every-
one should b. on time. Each pupil
must furnish their own pencil and
examination tablets.
The place held and teacher in
charge are as folloWB:
Grand View Schoolhouse, • Wui.
Ghormley; Welling, Otho McMurray,
Hulbert, A. H. Hugglns; Peggs, G.
W. Frazier; Prairie schoolhouse, M.
R. Springer. Park Hill lower school,
Glover Howard; Gideon, Austin Rea-
gan; Mount Zion school, A. K. Hals-
ton; County Superintendents office,
County Superintendent.
FOR MAYOR.
TliiS paper Is authorized to an-
nounce the name of
C. M. ROBERTS
as a candidate for mayor of the city
of Tahlequah, subject to the action
of the Democratic primary, March
20th.
My home, known as the Futral
place, in Nursery addition, 4 bloks
from public school building. Lot 175
by 175 feet, 5 room house, two big
porches, big pantry and bath room.
All necessary out buildings, 100
grape vines and various other fruit i.
No incumbrance.
MRS. MAMIE McMANNON.
miscellaneous.
FLUE inspector.
Your lives are worth more than a
few dollars. Have JaB. II. Jciinson
Inspect your chimneys before it Is
too late. References given. Phono
194.
4-9-AD.
FOR STREET COMMISSIONER.
The Democrat is authorized to
announce the name of
BAXTER A. SPRINGS
as a candidato for the ofTlce of city
Street Commissioner subject to the
action of the Democratic party at
the primary, March 20, 1917.
The Demo rat is authorized to an-
nounce the name of
W. T. MILLER
as a candidate for re-nomination to
the office of City Street Commis-
sioner, subject to the will of the
Democratic voters at the primary
March 20, 1917.
rjltaim^li.-ouijh the. oM ratablished
\ "D. SWIFT A. CO." arc being quickly |
I bought by Manufacturer!*.
Send u model or sketches and ksrr
I of your invention for FREE 86*... — -- .
I and report « n |-u tent ability. We got pat- I
1 ent <>r no fee. Writo for our free book I
of 800 needed inventions.
I. SWIFT & CO.1
I latent Lawyers. Estab. 1889.
L307 Seventh St., Washington, D. C.J
A CAR SAVED
IS A CAR MADE
COLLINS GROCERY COMPANY
Where Purity Counts.
PHONE 57
PROMPT DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY
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HUiMtafUtrOwnl
?*ATIONAL MAZDA
1 HI WAV TO Otn r.ll IICMT c V;
GUARD the young folks' eyes
by having proper light! Give
them good light for their
The way to good light is by
work, their study, their play,
the use of
NATIONAL
MAZDA LAMPS
—they give three times the
light of carbon lamps, and a
better, whiter light, without
increase of current cost. We
carry a complete lint of
NATIONAL MAZDA LAMPS
in home sizes at 27 cents; and
also the larger sizes, includ-
ing the new high efficieney
MAZDA C Lamps for stores,
offices and all large spaces.
TAHLEQUAH
LIGHT it POWER CO.
to
The Dig County School Rally.
The week of March 18 to 24 Iu
going to be Educational week in
Cherokee county. Each district is
going to held a district meeting and
then on the night of Thursday,
March 22, speakers will go out to
different sections of the county .to
address the people in regard to edu-
ation. •
Below is a list of the meetings
and the speakers at each place and
you are urged to atttend tho meeting
which is nearest to you. These
meetings will all he held the sanm
night, Thursday, March 22 and wilt
begin at 8:00 p. m. The list of
speakers and the places where meet-
ings will he held follows:
Welling Schoolhouse. H. M. Vance
and J. N. Leerskov; Park Hill Owen
school, J. Berry King; Hulbert
•hool, George M. Hughes and I'roi.
Shumate; Yonkers Henry Ward:
Peggs school, J. R. Barton and J. 11.
Cox: Gideon. Judge Ii. L. Keenan:
Liberty schoolhouse. J. I. Coursey
and K. Berry Peterson; Scraper
school house, J. W. Deiuoss; tlrand
View schoolhouse, J. N. Clark am1.
C. A. Peterson.
Then on Saturday lUe great Coun-
ty Rally will lie held in Tahlequah.
The parade will be held in the morn-
ing and ten prizes wll be awarded for
the best representation in the pa-
rade. At noon, basket dinner on the
eapitol square and this will be fol-
lowed by speaking. Then at two
o'clock a free picture show for all
the children will wind up the day.
Lets all make this an educational
week and do it right. Let every-
body take an interest and make this
l he biggest week the children of the
county have ever known.
MAKIUAGK LICENSES.
This paper is authorized
nounce the name of
JESS VANN
as a candidate for the nomination
for the office of street commissioner,
subject to the will of the democratic
voters at the primary, March 20,
1917.
FOR CHIEF OF POLICE.
The Democrat is authorized to an-
nounce the name of
NED GRITTS
as a candidate for the nomination of
Chief of Police, subject to the will
of tho Democratic party at the pri-
mary March 20, 1917.
Tho Democrat is authorized to an-
nounce the name of
R. L. WYLY
as a candidate for renomination for
the office of Chief of Police of the
city qf Tahlequah, subject to the ac-
tion of the democratic party at tho
primary election March 20, 1917.
All reputable makes of cars
are built for a long life of ser-
vice, PROVIDED they are
kept in right repair.
But a .Tack-at-All-Trades
can't repair a car properly.
Any slight disorder of the
mechanism may result in ser-
ious damage to your car if not
corrected by an expert.
We employ none but expert
machinists, and our reputation
is behind all our work.
DON'T TAKE CHANCES.
BRING IT TO US.
THE CENTRAL GARAGE
PHONE 300.
FOR CITY CLERK.
This paper is authorized to a
nounce the name of
W. A. THOMPSON
as a candidate for the office of city
clerk, subject to the will of tho
Democratic voters at the primary,
March 20.
E. C. Battle, 23, Gabriel and Mi-is
Florence Justice, 27, both of Qualls.
John Locus, 40 and Miss Wuttlc
Weasel, 21, both of Welling.
Robert Smith, 23 and Miss Lizzie
Laslle, 19. both of Welling.
Large Trial Bottle of Sanol for
35c. Sanol is a family remedy.
Sanol is sold on an absolute guar-
antee. Remember if it says Sanol
it is all right. 35c and *1.00 at the
drug store. Adv.
FOR ALDERMAN.
The Democrat is authorized to an-
nounce the name of
D. W. WILSON
as a candidate for alderman from
Ward 1, subject to the actions of
the Democratic voters at the primary
March 20.
You only need Sanol Eczema Cure
to get rid of those Black Heads.
Pimples, rough bumpy skin. Leaves
skin smooth. Cures any case of
Eczema. Is pleasant to use. A trial
will convince you. S5c at tMB drug
store. Ad"-
BATHS
Johnson's
BARBER SHOP
A GOOD PLACE TO SHAVE
Next to Crew's Drug Store
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