Cherokee County Democrat (Tahlequah, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 13, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 12, 1917 Page: 3 of 4
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CHBRO.HE COUNTY DHMOGRAT, TAMQtAH, OKLAHOMA.
Misses Bertha and Bessie Dani'Is
who have been attending Bacone
University at Muskogee, came honu
Sunday evening to remain until alt-
er Christmas; school being dismiss-
ed until Jan. 2, on account of there
! being no gas.
MISS ELLA MAE COVE I-'
+ Phone 254 or 78.
Tom Foreman of Tulta spent
week end in Tahlequah.
y\sk for it—Big 4 Fruit Stan.
1 ivsbi a Xing spent Honda;,
, t Sunday v. i
u t of his )' ■
(?. p. Jlar' '
CHINE ( '
'l'hc > '
Newspapers—News Stand. tf
I pay cash for all kind3 of poultry,
fur, hides and eggs. See me at Cit>
J. R. PILCHER. 1-6, D-A
If your child starts in its sleep,
grind* its teeth while sleeping, picks
at the nose, has a bad breath, tick' ]
appetite, pale complexion, and dark
ri;i s undi r the eyes; it ha.; v.ori •;
n il long as they remain in liie in-
WHITE'S Ci; 1 \.M YIKMII'T CE
! ars the s or eli and and
■ the 1 it i .■ one On the road to
must lower home death
rate to recoup the
" Cbester wn
TUBERCULOSIS CH MEASE
• Z * Wbwtlng I. .UM. !•«<««:
Classified Column BVanSS ® SSTS
per bottle! Sold All Orudis A" '"':^iM, A,U.
Picked and Wind-fallen Apples,
75c and $1.00 per bushel. Phone 7S ,
this office. U"A- 11
Chester White Pigs f- r sale, rol-
STOCK FAl.il A-D. tf.
Dr. Tucker Saya We'll Have to Quil
Looking at Public Health Work
As Charity—it's "Safety
My home In Southwest p:itt of
fisy torms or trade I
J. R. L'. VTIIilU
R. 1, Box 4 0,
ISTAUSS BROS. PROFS.
F II AIR /'ND WATER
You will find everything
here that Is found In a first-
UK GUARANTEE MAII-
I EEN TO CURB YOUR
S'i] RU. ELL SHAM P. K*«,
T 'kr' P.,
re nr-'.-'d '•
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v "'i •
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p -.'O .1 ti' a p 'l lie
at A j
li :t Sat-
)a to Luckey thr<
▼ ' '1 i'
virdnv and Sut*i<lny,
T>n *mi **t np t 1«MT Sanol
a„rn1r th* hest for «I1 kidney or Mad
trnnhle. Snnol *tVP r",,of ,n
2-1 hour, from eli Imekarha and Mnd-
drr trn„ht.« Snrol (« a guaranteed
repair Mta end It.M Mt *1
ttenttmsnta Fred Tlnch and Ed-
win Thompson are exporting to b >
tc^.. for rnmp SfnnVy. :
anr1«"*s Tevas. to r RS"j
alrnments In the National Army. ^
«3i,rr"0"s tu-ree that In e-*«s "r|
o'.~ pnrns Bruises and W°un(^'!
it. Trontrv t mos 1" 1 '
When an Effluent ftn,' pnt'c
iq r/rnmptly, there I" nn '
nr Infection end the 'vottn.l tv-
ir„ to ben I ,t ore". Fornseon
or benst. PoroTone Is the Id ■1
^„^^cPpMe nod TTea'|r<r AponrP'ty
0 ro"' nod h" rend" for rn em an
pr„p "r>e r,ne. n on and %\M.
gold by AH Druggists. Adv.
Th„ west End club will be post-1
pored this week In order that the
members may help with the «ur*l al
dressings that are so badly needed.
Word has been received that Dixie
Daonenberc has been accepted In
Arlstlon See.Ion of the Sl.nal Corps
„ the Ns,lonnl Army. He hsa no
,et been aaalgnad to h!« pl ~ °r
' it to Park Hill, throe times
QJalll"to Park Hill, three tlrr.es
Scraper to Lowrey, three times
per week. 1
Ellerville to Proctor, two timM j
•ior week. i
Teresita to Moodya, three times ^
1 per week. , I
For further Information relative |
|.0 bidding on these routes will be
i furnished by the Postmaster o. |
ih, r of the post Offices on th<«
I ,. \- :r .i ft aerio * i
. >r a I R ^ i -iin ,
• « ; ti t int iv; oa
Is !;rund to ; It ln'9 1
' at fatigue t a t-emen-,
J„ !n,' stry. P-odnctlfB
■nint; the l ours of labor i
individual can be at his
highest atafe of afflelancy. Wkt!
, at >1 unsanitary coftdltlona a •;
rapidly going out ot the industrial
life of the nation.
has br n
co 4 by a:
go t.'.at t.
WAP, ON THE CHINCH GUG
Entomoio3is.t Plana Drive on Grain
You only need Sanol Ecxema Cur.
t0 get rid of those Black Head,
t'ii.iplea, rough bumpy skin. Leaves ,
■ikln smooth. Cure, any caae o
i /.ema. Is pleasant to use. A trl
convince you. c at ti* dm
)nc :d one ! 411 mil Iv.a ot «m.Ua
It is Kolng to be bard sledding for
the chincbbug in Oklahoma. The
United States Hureau or Entomology j
hag • S, sned C. P. Stiles, an onto- j
iuologist, tp work in Oklahoma in con-j
neetion with the A. & M. Co.lege at
Btllwater on problems of Insect con-
trol, paying special attention to the
Mr Stilea will work In co-operation
with Prof. C. E. Sanborn ot the de-
partment of entomology at the col-
lege and with the Extension Division^
— "" " I ia bulletin on -Chlnohbug Control
_ T lla9 been prepared for free distrlbu-
1 College, Stillwater.
During the winter the ehmehbug
,*«« la tl.e soil under the crown, ol
bunch Bra«" *nd other cove.r'
bug can be controlled very largely
by proper farm management.
Mr Stl!e* .ipecta to Tl,lt *t*k
.eetlon of the .tat. where the etalnch,
bUg eon.iderable damage. Oth«
tanent. will reeelve attention troa
«ni >k> the rrtm*** •* **
makes all traivs; lountiu
drives a si*eciai.t\.
CAIJ'S ANSWERED NH-HP OR
A. j. KMJFMAN
Tni-sc are econcinionl dnys oi'<I s" 1 ' _
(1 (' i r bec«-ii 1 'HOffii'ii'i-
, you cvt-ry ' ^ls,'i ll-'' '/
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. o. b. .Detroit.. Your order o i •••'.
Taiili itu 'li, Okla.
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. beautiful and
- -S^'weXwo&yv A weallhofrefine;
Mountedon'the STStl VdMZ jj£«
ings, Disc Ciutch . t • ■ J * performance
hear from interested dealers.
Security Motor Company
^ formerly Numetl Federal Motor S .e Co.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
VELIE MOTORS CORPORATION, Moline, Illinois
8<pBiMi>ger Touring $1265
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Cherokee County Democrat (Tahlequah, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 13, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 12, 1917, newspaper, December 12, 1917; Tahlequah, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc90460/m1/3/: accessed July 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.