Cherokee County Democrat (Tahlequah, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 8, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 7, 1917 Page: 2 of 4
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OfHOKEf MWTY DEMOCRAT
I Asd :• 1} ■ ! oalr IB the < ;
Coi|trn that ose meet* ohatroc-
, ttosisu- Jl-z :a all *ilti yf h.'e Ms
cr.;p> ud otatrscs tie fotfraafi-
Every nsthrskiag cr.liusx. has f'J
(HitM. The kao -it-an whs imag-
jw he (Mid or wostd do hi aa<! so.
xs truly c-fetruetini u tie Dtm-
i-er of 1'onrres-j who ©peaty aetag-
csite* the *dsini*?r T.- a oc iiif
j floor of houe or muk
We prvie ourselves oc our wiW-
inn^- to give every cjb the
Mjsan: .iea! Let oa put oar boai*.
nu> acrire practice. W lure plac-
~-i on the leaders of oar country a
through c _.r unJa.thfu! and ungrate-
PahUafced WedaMdiy of
■t ths arrow pcblishdig co.
0. P Jk B. E Hardy, Miaifcn.
CfTT EDITOR. ELLA MAJE COVEL
Om Tear - *1 ••
sa Moaths H
!■ Ircdtaf Tahtoqaah Arrow.
Oae T +ms, is advme II IS
Six M:athi. fa li'tan *I«
B:g Redact:©* p« all Pat",era H*t
MKLL1 VICKERV. ll-lO
If your children * • subiect tc
:~rsp jet a bottl* of Chamberlain's
Ex President W H Taft, aa Ar-
r. i;. who ; toonct the coaatry is
an eadea• or to cro:<e tk, Aaenru, C""rt Re«a iy. aad whe* the at-!
>?:ia ti- people « tie country ;ack cone* on b« «ar«fal t# folio*
to get bt-hicd tke adraiai^uatioa it the piaia printed direction*. Tou
tke proeecuuon of tie world war on will b« *arpri*ed at the quick relief
ku- way trczi Ok-i-to~\ City to Ff j whic* It offortt
etterille. -here he will deliver two ^54 ^ D*AL R« — Air.
addnami. will ji&ss through Table- _______
qoak on the khoi- at 8.4t this
moreijf He deserves aa ovation.
Mrs. J. W. Rogers entertained the
Fellowship and Philathea classes
last Thursday evening
The house was attractively dec«f-
rated in black and gold Conversa-
tion and games formed the enter-
tainment. Mrs. Rogers served sand-
wiches, nuts and chocolate.
A FIXE ASSORTMENT OF TR1M-
Wh;t* Rock. TThlt* Leghorn aad
Rkoda Island CockraUa, for sale.
J- K. CLARK, a
White Angora female Cat; reward
for return, to J W. Sutton's, resi-
wko will in Saaat
tloa will flad a >wt 1
It will ear* aay trwpttoa
It la a skin ThIc
■ima Car* 1* a k
«dy. A trial will m
'■ It at tk* drug (tor*.
tie Taile^aah. Okla
fttl coa l act
tint r? ^>*i§;bitity
Th* xaa who in tliij crisis «.n
p:i^< his coostrr first doesn't
full d:5-:iiar?e of
At Vinita, Okla.,Monday, November 12,1917
ca SOUL KISS
we will pre yon
FREE a fUi
50c fir of SOI L
Scotch and Scotched Topped, consisting of bib, broad-backed, rrd and roan cow? tnd
heifers and young bulls. There will also be 6 two-year-old bulls—big, heavy-boned
strong f-llocs, just what the farmer and ranchman needs to improve his herd with
There will be cows thai will be fresh soon cows with calves by their sides and a few v>ry
choice open heifers snd some good early bull calves. There .will be a few extra good,
pure Scotch cows and heifers—something the breeder of good cattle can use. This will
be a class of cattle in the main that will go home with their buyers and mate good money
under ordinary care and treatment.
DO NOT FAIL TO ATTEND THIS SALE II YOl" WANT BETTER CATTLE.
IV ti-5 Face
ud witch its
i: c mm warn
Lee R.. Patterson, El Reno, OK1&.
ICCTIOXEERS: Col. Ed. Herriff. Apjch^. okla. and Col. F"red .•>. Ball. El Ileno,
12ze wants to xaow - war
an so long to pat
sse his to be
At *3 di un^uu. ii yon drag
fit U oat, send 50c to
nrrat bros. oauc co*?avt
IT c Si
of Congressmen whe
<l«.t the battle front in
careful. The fire-
here are entirely d
those th y are ssed to
V. neri company
h.<torlcal truth that no
Is destroyed without pull-
otber In Its fall. The
;a goes "dry." and
watch the withering of thus
ongret=iotial mint beds.
on hand. Cakes, pie?,
all good things to eat
must be dressed up in
their best taste and
Then, too, her reputa-
tion as a cook must
. i — and she
it en Calumet
a goou profit, wny was a
U00 bales oi Texas cot con
• ?s fw boy it.
r or the good <
'U believe it? This is a
in Texas and neighboring states.
se i.. ;s at ! Gc each v.'ould
u. That would have made a minimum pro
v who introduced t'.i- till.
that is being
At 10c each they would have cost
for somebody of $361,000! SO.ME
RIO RKDl CTION on .ill PATEP.N
MEIXY VK'KERY. 4t-A-D
•.o do you believe would have benefited from this bill—the farmer or the man
ad all about it in
No, Mr. Grocer, that's mostly wa- J
FARM AND RANCH is nov,
Thfee-cent postage is all rish*.
aa4 will pay it with a rrln if it
will help win the war. Still we canH
<i''lp ♦hlnk'r.z th'-re shondl be som-
w>y to extract a few do!!ar= front
the tons of matter carried out of
Wai'ilngton ur. ;er the frr nkln
When a man between the arrs > ♦
M and 31 r ists the draft, we •
c«*d to handle him without gloves.
Whou a man past 31 works hi .^w
«rer lime resisting not only the
•traft, but every other nr.. ire
•</ preservation the sover^mnt h'-s
enacted, we paS3 a resolu'ion to "in-
etrt.igate" his loyalty. We don'<
lik the word "copperhf-ad," but it's
Ike only word tha- f. -. and eve^y-
fco'ly knows the fa e :'-erf -d for ti.--
la ordinary til.
sail quletnt-ss th
ernment will per
gence of opinion
•Ion of act..;,
affair- As a
ies, times of peace
s n gencies of go* • I
init of wide diver-
and much discus- j
d policy of public ;
itter of fact, the
caust' of popular government is help- ter. Since the war started It's more
•4 an 1 for*ar: d In the earth l,v nearly all water than ever. Give mi ,
Red Cross Ball Blue, that's a two-
ounce package of real goodness. Tou
should see my clothes. I just can't
4i* very latit
Out th' are nr,t ordinary time
They are > ry extraordinary t;m-3.
■ad In utraordinary times, ertra-
or.linary proceedings become neces-
The real patriot, in this emergen-
cy will pla> e not a straw in the way
tho*<- charged with carrying out ^at|0n
the plans of the government
from smiling out loud.-
KAIM.AIV IV STOCK FARM
$2,850 cash will swing deal for
220 acre farm. 2 mile:* from Tahle-
quah. About 60 acres inder culti-
T o good springs. Splendii
I proposition for stock raiser En-
li matters not the shade of politi- qu|re or wrjl< Ti,e Arr0w, Phon" 7i<.
cai belief in day* past, the man who 1
really ba* the welfare of his cour-1
trjr at heart in this crisis will for- Some gool Windfalls and Culls
eet politics and all pertaining to It, Aj orchard 3 1-2 mile* northeast of
and Join whole-heartedly In helping We8tT"le. Okla.
q Fl WFQT
iu erery way to aid the goveernmnl •
ia tiie huge task that is facing It £>%
The truly great men of the nati. n 0* VVV
hare already taken this stand Mr. ! _.
T.„ M, Roo.-v.it, B™, j'iiyKrss.isriTsiS
f ct a:: ! s-or. s of "h".-r --r-Fire or six dote* will break any M aad
er> of public thought have forgotten if ,,keo lb«0 — a k*i< the Fever wifi not
th,. ihey have any po .ticl bias and SSL a?
are standing shoulder to shoulder
We offer One Hundred Dollars
0ia thrwe In authority In safeguarl
iag the nation. It is only the two-
br-four or the secretly disloyal who
are endeavoring to thwart the wi'J Reward for any case of Catarrh
of the authorities. that cannot be cured by Hall's
We say "will of the authorities Catarrh Cure.
ad vised ly, because the America* pe->
pie hare placed those mea In anthr -
rtty and are hoJdiDg them to a strict
account for their every act. Pre*!
dent Wilson will hare to a&s>er at
the bar of public opinion for hi* er-
•vwy act. That being the cave, he
Mould be as free a* po**ibl« to e r-
r jr. cHEwrr * co., t mo. o
We. tivt under si *n«d. h*r( known F J.
Cheney for tb« lut U rt*n and bottert
him pwfw.tly honorabU ia ail bu*)ne«
tranMetioaa and fa*r ,*!lr *Ma to carry
oui *"?jaWfa'ifln* by M* arm
national bank or cokmerc*.
Hair* Catarrh C«r* t* takaa tnumally,
a«ia« «nctiy apoa the Mood aad saa-
ra~ imrlaag. of tko itiua Twiaaoniala
Tak* M*lf« really ruw la
.. TT , . . . —" — ■ - ...hv^ u compelling: * i mj
Heavy T-andot Invisible Rule' which throws the brilliant light of publicity on all the
underground and r.nous that control state governments and make awav with
miihons of the people 3 money every year.
If you are tired of paying high taxes, Rrad This Slorn!
THI?VT0RY'tired °f St 'ngyOUr money g°'n? to the suPPort of invisible rule, READ 1
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Cherokee County Democrat (Tahlequah, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 8, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 7, 1917, newspaper, November 7, 1917; Tahlequah, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc90455/m1/2/: accessed October 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.