Cherokee County Democrat (Tahlequah, Okla.), Vol. 34, No. 25, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 14, 1919 Page: 1 of 4
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+ the interests ❖
+ ot Tahlequah 4
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<- County. *
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AW) COUNTY
PUBLISHED BY THE ARROW PUBLISHING CO.
nrdcESSOR to Tire tahlequah arrow and herald
TAH1.KQI AH. OKLAHOMA. WEDNESDAY. MA\ t i.
J. 11. 1
D. 0. Scott
John H. Stapler
\Y. W. Hastings
J. B Crew
m si \ loss (• i ven i s
What are YOU doing
r, depended on-
f Tahlequah, an
were unable to
due to ill" fact
the farmers of
x expenses nee-
i,ri( i\i feed for
Victory Loan ('.imp
i les of Cherokee Co
jUjr ,,, $135,000.00. T
the campaign. ho\\i\
tirely upon the oitj
ihe count ry soli' iioi
! make anj showing.
I that practically all 1
! this i "Ulity have lie
1 ilirrienlli'W in meeti
i saury in buying hi'
their work stock.
I Tin' City of Talil- H'l ih vlc'°r>'j
Uhn,;- I... 1 " ,"I ;
I ti e !.,;,d, rship of M .■ W. B
chairman. Through Mr. \\ <',\9ftn," I
fort" the county invested ' ' I
citv of Tahlequah $16,000, the
,-itv school board $B,000 in the Vic-
tory Liberty notes. In addition to
those subscriptions other lan e s\it)
seiiptii'iis frrfrn in'' .viilnal- v • ■<•-
cur.'d by Mr. Wyly and his commit
whfeh, with the gnbscription
made by the First National Bank Of
$25,000, and the subscription or
$17,500 credited to the ^ omen
committee from Mr. Parker's nine-'
in Muskogee, together with othe
subscriptions taken by the Women s
committee in Tahlequah, the loan
went over the top in fine shape.
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IfHEN T+-t£ EOl-rOR'LL SET
DOWN &N' \NBlTE (*.
/COV-ONM^ tvft-'uT VMV'.r.t A PINE
, FELLER THE otctbszo WOZ
an' HOW £VEftN900N \NI\_v.
If you are fooling it away
quit it. Our Bank is
3^ a safe place for it.
YOU WORK'HARD fORYOUR MONEY AND YOU AND YOUR
FAMILY SHOULD GET THE BENEFIT OF IT. IF YOU SPEND
IT, IT IS GONE FOREVER; IT IS SOMEONE ELSE'S MONEY.
WHEN YOU PUT IT IN OUR BANK IT IS STILL YOUR
Mrs. G. T. Thompson, who spent
the winter in El Paso, Texas, with
her son, Matthew, carne home Tues-
day. Mrs. Bertram Leecraft and
children came wth her and are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. .T. W. Reifi.
L. C. ROSS!
Prank lowrey, 0. j. Stanley and
John McHenry were arrested Friday
night at a dance at the home of West
Lowrey near Manard on liquor com-
plaints by U. S. Deputy Marshal Ned
Gritts and Deputy Sheriff Wade.
Twenty nine quarts and nine pints or
new-made whiskey were found and
on a search the day following, the
site of the still was found but the
"worm" was missing. Everything
pertaining to the still was destroyed
Stanley and McHenry will be turned
over to the county court for trial
and Lowrey, who was taken to tne
federal jail at Muskogee Monday,
will be tried in the U. S district
cohrt. The other two are at liberty
ur n IP
MONEY, AND IT IS SAFE FROM FIRE, BURGLARS OR YOUR
OWN TEMPTATIONS TO SPEND IT.
PUT YOUR MONEY IN OUR BANK AND PROTECT YOUR
YOU WILL RECEIVE 4
PER CENT INTEREST ON TIME
from one end OF country TO i
THE other they will GATH
ER under banner of crog8
IN CAMPAIGN, MAY 1825.
THE FIRST STATE BANK
'THE BANK WHERE YOU FEEL AT HOMF."
Drs. Black and Watson
nr Black hat taken In Dr. Watson ot Chickasha, Okla., as
e pirtn'er, and has the largest and best ejuipped dental office
In Eastern Oklahoma.
THE FOLIA)WING SPECIAL PRICES WILL PREVAIL FOR
THE NEXT SIXTY DATS:
Extra Heary Gold Bridge work, per tooth ....JJJO
Extra Heavy Gold Crowns $5.00
Porcelain Ctowds S3.oo up
Gold Fillings and Gold Inlays ^
Beit Alloy or Silver Fillings $t0.00
Best Rubber Plates
Remember, all this work we are offering at th~lowVjj
. t hpst material used. Here la proof positive of their
you and not Penny Saving. We have an expert ady
It. oh rdental office. We own our home and also a farm, in
JwOce to yourself get our prices. We guarantee our work
and agree to keep It in satisfactory condition.
Out of town patients can have their plate or bridge work
done in one day It necessary.
The leading Dental Parlor for the people of Tahlequah
and Cherokee County.
OFFICE: Across the street from Postoffice.
Office Phone, 238. Residence Plione 5.
drs. black & watson
DR. O. E. BLACK, Manager.
Betinnng Saturday evening. May
18th, at 8 o'clock at the Methodisi
church, Tahlequah. Evan^st TV-
laye, assisted by Mr. and Mis. I faf
ftnberger, soloist, choir director and
pianist. Evangelist DeLaye is a di-
rector of International Federation of
Christian Workers, and is 2nd vice-
president of the International feder-
ation Publishing Co. While a com-
parative stranger to the good people
l! Tahlequah, he conies to us highly
recommended. He and ills P^rty
have conducted scccessfcl meetings
throughout Texas, Arizona Califor-
nia. Iowa, Kansas. Colorado, Missou-
ri anil Tennessee. '
The churches alid business people
whom DeLaye and party have served
are enthusiastic in their praise of
them. The Macon Herald says:
"Evangelst DeLaye is master of
assemblies, he draws, holds or takes
his audience with him with ease.
The Rev. Safuel Warner, Ph. D„
pastor M. E. church, Kansas City, Mo
savs: "Evangelist DeLaye and par-
ty did a great work with us. They
are clean, sensible, religious and con-
secrated, and will do good wherever
"DeLaye is regarded as one of the
most eloquent pulpit orators who has
ever been in the city."—Beaumont,
(Texas) Daily Enterprise.
Pfaffenberger is a great soloist
and choir director. He knows how
to sing and how to get other people
to sing. He impresses people at once
that he is a gestleman of the first
water with his clearness and con-
Tahlequah people are to be con-
gratulated upon having an oppor-
tunity to hear these people.
Do not forget the date. Sunday
evening, May 18th.
Jlothodists of the South will units
May 18-25 in conducting the greatest
denominational campaign ever under-
taken in the history of the world. L>ur-
lng the week every member ot ths
church will rally to the flag of ths
cross through the call of Methodism
and given of their time, energy and
pocketbooks to the raising of a fund
of $35,000,000. Every dollar of ths
money raised will be Bpent in mission-
ary work, both at home and abroad,
ten million being turned back into tin
upbuilding of churches, schools and
hospitals in the South. A large part si
this sum will go towards increasing
the salaries of the ministers of the ru-
ral churches, particularly those wh#
have been working against great diffi-
culties in the matter ot taking care ol
circuits containing n number el
The Centenary movement ef thn
Methodist Episcopal Church, South,
net only means increased salaries for
the pastors in the rnral districts tout
also the edUMlshment ef mission
schools in many Inacceeslble
needy communities af the country
pectnl effort wW be made U awaken
Ihe laymen nf the church everywhere
m that in these churches where a ni
later eannet preach every Onndny,
there will be a service jnet the i
Because of the loyalty which
lists everywhere have towards tfcrtr
church it Is believed that, even though
«,♦©♦,000 is a large ana. R wlU
3. ROBT. WYLY,'PRESIDENT
R. H.ICOUCH, VICE-PRESIDENT
W. P. HICKS, CASHIER
R. 3. WIGGINS, ASST.! CASHIER
L. C. KOSS
R. H. COUCH
B. L. KEENAN
J. w. REID
J. ROBT. WYLY
There will be a decoration at the
Miller graveyard May 25. Everybody
come and bring your dinners. There
will be good speakers present.
A. W. CULVER.
Miss Julian McIntosh of Ft. Gibson
was the week end guest of Mrs. W. s.
I N CLAIMED LETTERS.
List of letters remaining uncalled
for for the week ending May 1«,
191'J. When calling for the same,
please say "advertised."
Ladies—Mrs. Sarah Beavor, Miss
Mamie Burchett, Mrs. Marge Givln.
Julia Henry, Mrs. A. F. Higgs. Misn
Ines Sanders, Mrs. Norma Williams,
Miss Mabel Wilson.
Gentlemen—C. Z. Bevis. Mr. Jeff
_ _ Feeling. Priv. Wadie Scott, Corret
One of the council commottee not i-poflnent Posmastt
in our report last week was that of W. A. THUMTOin, i-
committee on police. Dannenberg
Gannoway and Graham compose the
All the popular mngtsinee on ban
at the newa stand.
Mrs. L. M. Logan entertained the
cirls of the Senior claBs of the N. E.
S n with a slumber party Friday
night. Many things occurred before
Ihe slumbers began. Each girl made
a Life Book, the pictures having been
collected by Mrs. Logan. Then Miss
Frieda Rook, disguised as a Gypsy
eirl, came and told their fortunes.
At the witching hour of twelve the
girls enjoyed a midnight spread.
Then came the hour for slumber. At
10 o'clock Sunday mornnig a de-
licious three-course luncheon was
served. Those who enjoyed Mrs. Lo-
gan's hospitality were Misses Oeral-
dine Allison. Margaret Rowe, Nella
Genuis, Mamie Cariyie, Norma Dun-
lav. Eva King, Hazel Bell Bowden.
Helen Plttman, Lucy Smith, Le Ello
Robinson. Dorothy Williams. Mrs.
Raymond .lordon and Misses Lula
Smith and Lily Sitike.
11 ASTIVGM TAKES MORE BONDS.
In addition to other mentioned In
this issue taking good sized lilocks
blocks of Victory bonis, Hon. w. W.
Hastings, always to be depended up-
on to asset in home endaavors, sub-
scribed $8,Soo to this loan.
Thompson Held came hcync oiin-
day from a month stay in the P. &
S.hospital in Muskogee.
vtrv near j
Sunday, at about noon, when Ellis
Johnson and wlft and Mrs. Johnson s
mother and Carl Sanders and wife
were driving in a Dodge car coming
to town on the Training school road,
they were met by Frank Edwards,
driving the Gilley car, in company
with Gilley and Russell Sharp, just
this side of the John Carlile home.
The autos. both going at a good gait,
paBsed all right, but in getting the
Johnson car back in the track some
kind of an accident happened where-
by the car turned over in the ditch,
turned again, righting itself, but
when all was over it was headed to-
ward Park Hill. Mrs. Johnson sus-
tained a breakage of one bone in the
left arm and the wriBt on the swne
arm was thrown out of place. The
mother of Mrs. Johnson had a shoul-
der thrown out of place and was bad
ly bruised about the face and head,
Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Sanders
escaping without material Injurj.
The two injured ladies were taken
to the home of William Johnson noar
by and Dr. McCurry called to dress
the wounds. They were carefully
cared for and were reportel getting
along as well as could be expected.
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TO LOAN +
Long time loans on Improved
City Property. No Delay.
Easv Terms. Small Payments.
See MOONEY SHERMAN
VEW YORK STORE.
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ALL THE TINE
We have just received our stock of New Spring
Goods, and invite you to call and get our prices
before buying elswhere. Nice new spring
goods for Man, Woman and Child, at prices
that will surprise you. Also have a complete
line of Mens, Womens and Childrens shoes at
prices within reach of all. Comeinandsee us.
Across from Postoffice. Beside the 10c Store.
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Cherokee County Democrat (Tahlequah, Okla.), Vol. 34, No. 25, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 14, 1919, newspaper, May 14, 1919; Tahlequah, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc90529/m1/1/: accessed November 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.