Cherokee County Democrat (Tahlequah, Okla.), Vol. 34, No. 25, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 14, 1919 Page: 3 of 4
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CHKROKEB COUNTY DEMOCRAT, TAHLBQVAH. OKIjAHOMA
The Variety Store will strive to
Mrs. V 0 Powell had as her guest
Monday and Tuesday Mrs. Abner
Owen of Prairie Grove, Ark
FOR SALE—5-passenger Chivro-
let. Just overhauled. Central Gr.r-
Mrs. L. E. Burdette and Mrs. W.
M. Price left Saturday for an ex-
tended visit with relatives in Stone
Bluff and Collinsville.
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Room and board or rooms for light
housekeeping. Phone 307 or call at
109 East Morgan St.
Miss Juanita Garner of Muskogee
went home Monday after spending
the week end as guest of Miss Mil
See J. H. Crumpler for farm loa.s
J. D. Parsons returned Monday
from Kansas City.
For quick service for a farm loan
see J H. Crumpler. _ tf
Prof. J. N. Clarke came home Mon-
day from Stilwell where he preached
the Baccalaureate sermon Scnday.
If you want to sell your land, price
It right and see J. H. Crumpler. tf
•T. B. Crew transacted business in
Hulbert Monday. He has purchased
the D. H. Palmer drug store there.
Mr. Palmer will go to Missouri to
I will buy your Liberty Bonds.
J. R. MILLER
Rev. J. S. Weaver left Monday for
Atlanta, Ga., to attend the Southern
I will buy your Liberty Bonds.
, J. R. MILLER
Do YOU want
Clothes that Dazzle?
Goldwyn's Big Dramz
Scf Comtxzasion, "THE
It's SO easy!
A ninglo trial package of
Ral Cress Bafl E'bs
will con vinco yon that never 1 . -
foroliivo you k.i >wn t t ltuj'j.i-
r .."- at the end of the day.
Y\'li;i. r wliv it, gi s your
cloth a win: - t >v u thu
fleeciest <lou<is cannot rival.
Ran*t W?it9 Bgji'I Ooin' r
Cv'< it—ZJ&o it jntl UW9W
At Sequoyah Theatre, on June 6th.
BALCONY I5C LOWER FLOOR 30C
Mrs. E. E. McSpadden and Miss
Cherrie McSpallen were the guests
of Mrs. A. S. Wylv of Muskogee over
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One Fairbanks- Morse four-hotse-
power Gasoline Engine for sale
J. W. Duncan spefit Monday in El-
FOR SALE—Two good touring
cars. Phone 62. D-A
Mrs. Dora Watson of Fayetteville,
Ark., spent Sunday as a guest of Mrs.
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Get your cigars and tobacco at the
Ben Shaftal will pay you cash for
your Liberty bonds. See me at the
New York store.
News has been received of the
death of Norwood Peterson in Ajo.
Ariz., last Saturday. His body will
be brought home for burial and will
arrive this morning. The funeral
will occur at about 4 o'clock in the
Aladdine chimneys, wicks and
Mr. and Mrs. Willian Jerrems, of
Kansas City, announce the birth of a
son Friday, May 9th. Mrs, Jerrems
was Miss Anne Stapler.
FOR SALE—Jersey milk cows.—
M. A. McSpadden.
Mrs. W. P. Mayes of Grove came
Tuesday and is the guest of her
daughter, Mrs. .1. P. Thompson.
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LOST—Bunch of keys, between
court house and Big Springs. Liberal
reward will be paid for their return.
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Mrs. R. L. Fite came home Sunday
from Muskogee where she attended
(he "Indian Day." being on the pro-
gram for a talk on "The American
Indian of the World War."
LOST—Day-book containing pa-
pers written in Cherokee, also rail-
road pass. Return to Tahlequah
postoffice, Rev. George Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Vickerv and
children of Roberstown, Tex., arrived
Sunday for a month visit with his
mother, sister and brothers,
The Junior class of the Northeast-
ern entertaijiedd the Senior* Sstur-
c'ay night with a banquet in the do
r.'estlc science hall of the N. E. S. N.
The hall was beautifully decorated
is the Senior class colors of red and
white, honeysuckles with red and
white roses were used. Each of the
seven tables^ held a basket of roses
a? centerpiec?, wh'i3 'lit rlai-e c.ir.ls
and favors w >re ;u pink and green,
tbe Junior colo. >.
The guests other . the Senior
and Junior classes were Pres. and
Mrs. G. W. Gable, Prof, and Mrs. L.
M. Logan and Prof, and Mrs. Wade
Shumate. This program was given:
Seniors" Carlton Gray, 1920
j Beans and Bacon....Oley Martin. 1920
'Reading Bess Zoellner
I Pres. Wilson Prof. L. M. Logan
' Any Old Thing, Clara Davis, 1920
Our Returning Heroes
Nora Nicholson, 1920
Northeastern President Gable
Spanish Dance Misses Rook
School Day Memories and Reflec-
tions Marie Williams
CInton Wilson returned Monday
from a visit wth relatives in Chelsea.
He left here for New York Tuesday.
Tim Phillips of Eldon died here
Saturday and was taken home for
Miss Lola Champlain returned
Monday afternoon from a visit of sev-
eral days in Muskogee with Mrs. Roy
Glenn Couch, who has attended
Peacock's Military Acadamy in San
Astonio, Texas, the past year, came
1 Miss Hazel Brown presented her
pupil. Miss Irene Yeager in a piano
recital last Saturday afternoon at
3 o'clock, at the homo of Mrs. W. S!
Barnes. Mrs. Yeager's playrag was
unusually good for so young a pupil
and showed careful training. An ice
course was served after this pro-
Melody of Love II Engleman
Fairy Princess I). Lelbruck
Summer Days Orth
Au Prentemps Hueter
Dance by Moonlight Whelp.ley
Venetian Song Shackley
Danse Characteristic ... Berwald
A CHEROKE COUNTY
110 acres in farm.
70 acres in cultivation, more c:mi
50 acres good creek bottom.
20 acres planted to corn is fin"
and well worked out now.
20 acres in wheat and fine pros
ipects for good crop.
7 acres in clover and orchard
10 acres in alfalfa.
3 acres In cotton.
4 acres In good apples asd peaches
and other fruit.
Several acres in truck patches.
One 4-room and one 3-rooni house
in fair condition.
3 mules, 2 mares and one colt
worth $600, will sell at a bargan.
3 Jersey cows, 2 other fiws and
calves, 13 hogs weighing from fiO to
100 lbs. each. One practically now
Studybaker wagon, one n< w mowing
machine, one new corn planter, 7.">
bushels old corn, four lo; ds new al-
falfa hay, other plow tools.
Above farm with outlay is located
within 9 miles of Tahlequah.
Owner is sick and leaving country
for his health.
Price $11,000 for immediate accep-
AD& Seo J. II CRUMPLER.
Mrs. L. M. Logan had as guest
Saturday and Sunday little Miss Lois
Nash of Ft. Gibson.
Miss Clara Smith who accompaned
her sister, Miss Edna Smith, to the
P. & S. hospital in Muskogee last
week, came home Sundav.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Germany, who
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robt.
Davis, returned to Muskogee Sunday.
Mrs. P. E. Herrin of Pryor, who
was the guest of Mrs. Ida Herrin last
week went home Sunday.
Miss Mary Gulager of Muskogee
spent the week end with hompfolks.
The Music department of the
i Northeastern State Normal, under
Miss Eula Smith and Mrs. L. L. Les-
lie. will give a recital in the audit-
orium Thursday evening at 8:10. All
are cordially invited.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Grissom, who
were here several days on business,
returned to Muskogee Sunday.
Miss Dorothy Williams of Ft. Gib-
son spent the week end with her
mother, Mrs. Jessie Williams.
Volda Rogers of Muskogee spent
Sunray with his motho AVj L C.
Mrs. Will Pittman and Miss Bess
McNeal of Rogers, Ark . were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Cuslis Damage Sun-
Mrs. R. J. Weaver, who spent sev-
eral days here as guest of her sis-
ter. Airs. Custls Damage, left Mon-
day night tor Pueblo, Colo.
Miss Eliza Ross of Park Hill spent
Saturday in Tahlequah.
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Miss Beatrice LInscott, who spent
several days with Mrs. Mollle Flick,
returned to Pryor Saturday.
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Mrs. M. J. Woodlight of Prairie
Grove, Ark., who has been the guest
of her son Henry Woolrlght, went to
Checotah Sunday for a short visit
with relatives. '
Chenee counlv went over the top
bv 120,000 worth of Victory bonds.
Burton McSpadden of Vinita spent
Siftidav and Monday as the guest of
hi aunt. Mr-. Carl Hoglund.
Mrs. Charlie Latta retr id to
Mu I;<>v." • Monday after a bi visit
with Mrs. Lee Latta.
Mrs. William Turner and Misses
Jewel Robinson and D-ieie Kelly of
I Welling were shopping here Satur-
| Miss Lillian Mulholland returned
to Fnyettevlle, Ark., Saturday after
!a three-weeks visit with her parents,
Miss Mary Swift spent the week in
Bioken Arrow with home folks.
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Mrs. E. E. Johnson came home
Monday from Muskogee accompanied
bv her grandson Percy Johnson and
Mrs. Johnson. Percy has lust been
discharged from service In the quar-
termaster department at Oamp Trav-
i Off Quickly!
Nothing- On Earth like "Ceta-It"
For Coras and Calluses,
A spot of thickened skin op tha
bottom of >our foot which so often
makes walking an agony, is as easily
removed by wonderful "Oets-ft" as
Callus Come* on' I,ike Ilaiuiua J'eel!
any hard or soft corn anywhere on
your toes. Look at this picture. —
■V few drops of "Uets-It" did the
work. Tho callus conn s loose from
the true flesh. No irritation what-
ever. You peel tho callus rlsbt off
just like a banana peel—peacefully,
painlessly. "tleU-lt" docs the s imo
thing In any corn, without the uso
of sticks- plasters, irritating salves,
prreasv ointments or bundling tape.
There's no fussing—no knife, no
scissors to use. "(lets-It" is used by
millions, because it's common sense,
and it never falls. Try it. prove It.
"(lets-It," the guaranteed, money-
l>nek corn-remover, tho only sura
way, costs but a trlflest any <lrn« store.
M'f'd by F. Lawrence cS Co., Chicago, III.
ALABAMA MINSTRELS COMING.
Now firmly established as one of
America's negro minstrels. They
have a reputation acquired through
their successful efforts in greatly re-
viving an interest in colored min-
strelsy by presenting ->ne of the most
elaborately equipped and dellghiful
entertainments of this character wit-
nessed in a generation.
The memory of this splendid show
presented by the Alabama Company
still lingers as one of the most, enter-
t.iing performances of last season.
In every city visited by this at-
traction it left a reputation for ex-
cellence, class and genuine merit sel-
dom If ever equaled by any other col-
ored minstrel organization In a de-
The Alabama Minstrel company
have this year followed a policy
they inaugurated last year of pre-
senting each season an entertainment
completely new from the first part to
tbe elaborate closing number.
The first part scene this year,
' Black Birds In Fairyland," is de-
scribed as one of the most gorgeoug
scenes ever conceived and resulted In
a stage picture of much splendor and
beauty. Like its scenic effects, all
tbe wardrobe, properties and lighting
effects are also new thfs season,
while the program as personally
staged is entirely different from last
year, and all new from opening chor-
us to the closing feature, all the
Jokes, ballads, songs and feature acts
were especially written for this per-
formance. At Tahlequah, Saturday,
We "Buy Liberty Bonds."—T. J.
Adair Mercantile Company.
rich, delicious and full of
Four good reasons why
Karo is preferred everywhere.
Karo is pure. It is splendid energy producing food—
practically predigested. Mothers give children Karo
and sliced bread because it satisfies nature's craving
for sweets, and takes the place of candy.
There Are Three Kinds
"C-vstal White"—in the Red Can
"Golden Brown"—in the Blue Can
the new Kr.ro with plenty of
substance and a rich Maple ta*te
— in the Green Can.
IMPORTANT NOTICE— Every can of Karo it marked with
cxac t weight in pound, of «yrup contained. Do not be milled by
packages of .imilar sixe bearing number, only, and having no
relation to weight of content..
IT '"C Tk® 6S-page, beautifully illustrated Corn
& Product. Cook Book. It really helps to
MnMucHiBimiii ■ ij. solve the three - meal - a - day problem.
Every hou.ewife should have one. Write us today.
Corn Products Refining Company
P. O. Box 161 New York City
W. P.. AbCOCK, Sale Representative
604 A, O. U. W. Building Little Roclc, Ark.
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