Cherokee County Democrat (Tahlequah, Okla.), Vol. 34, No. 47, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 15, 1919 Page: 3 of 10
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CHBROKEE COUNTY DEMOCRAT, TAHLBQUAH, OKLAHOMA.
For Sale at a Bargain. ,
Two nice residences, 4 and 5 rooms (
«ach,'well improved, fine water and' !
good locations. Both places face the
«ast. See A. D. Watson at Dr. E. 0.
Black's Dental office. ,tf-DA
Mrs. L. E. Burdette and Jliss Vina (
Prico left Saturday for an extended
visit with relatives in Boswell, N.
For hemstitching, phone 360.
Miss Marion Rogers, who spent
several days with Mis« Cherrie Mc-
Spadden, went home Saturday noon.
For hemstitching, phone 360.
Miss Grace Fernandcs was the
■week-end guest of Mfs. Floyd War-1
derfield of Muskogee.
For hemstitching, phone 3G0.
Is It efsier to pull a loaded w.
Mrs. W. G. Banker went to Sa-
pulpa Saturday to' spend a week
Banker and Attorney Rothweli
For plain and fancy sewing call
Miss Nln Stratton after September
2Sth at 105. tf
Mrs. A. C. Justus was the guest
Monday of her sister, Mrs. Vina
Six-room residence east of Nor-
mal school, Large sleeping porch,
good barn, garage and chicken
house. Bargain for quick buyer.
GUS H. TINCH.
Wc "Buy Liberty Bonds."—T. J.
Adair Mercantile Company.
If you want to sell your land, price
It right and see J. H. Crumpler. tf
Miss Nin Stratton came home
Monday from a week end visit with
Mr. and Mrs. Louie Stratton of Mus-
All the popular magazines on hand
at the News Stand.
FOR BEST RESULTS—
Lubricate With Gold Crown Oil
and Wash With Soft Water
Gold Crown is-known as the smoothest oil. It has none of those tir.y hard grains
found in common oils. That enables it to withstand terrific heat, minimize fric-
tion and penetrate everywhere.
You know how much better you can wash your hands in soft water. It doesn't
stick or get, gummy like hard alkali water—and it does the work you want it
to do. The principal is the sume in oils. Common oils arc like alkali water.
Gold Crown Oils and Greases are velvety smooth.
,Quit buying just oil and buy good lubrication instead. You can't get it in com-
mon oils. But that's the basis on which Gold Crown is sold—satisfactory lubri-
cation—and, after all, that's what you wr.nt. Get Gold Crown at the shops named
Muskogee Refining Div; ion, Oklahoma P. and R. Corp., Muskogee
Distributed by Crown Petroleum Division
Use Hercules Gas with Gold Crown Lubricants. It puts more
"pep" in year motor and more miles on your speedometer.
OIL nd GREASE
D E. ROBINSON. Peggs, Okla.
JAKE KELLY, Moody, Okla.
CENTRAL GARGAGE, Tahlequah. MOORE & DAVIS, Moody, Okla.
IDEAL GARAGE, Tahlequah, Okla.
v heels than it i. in run a Imsin- without -n! 'cieut Income
to meet expenses" Each may struggle along for a time but
neither can travel fast or far, and the rtriin 1- -ur^ to be great.
A business that lacks the rc-venue to pay for the best ma-
terial and work'" c n not f ive tile be t service. When tho
service suffers all users of the service also suffer.
That Is the problem now facing your telephone company in
Oklahoma. Unless the rates make iti possible to purchase
necessary materia! und pay wages that will hold good em-
ployees, it can nr! give you goou services
The future of your etlephone t ice re.-ts on i^ot.= pat.*
for that service.
SOUIiiWESTERN BELL TEL. CO
MACON GOODRICH MERC., Park Hill, Okla
CARL HARGIS.%\i-'ejit, Phone 289, Tahlequah, Okla.
Good Prairie Hay for Sale by T. J.
Adair Mercantile Cc.
THE TIN SHOP.
All Heating Stoves Repaired.
A^w sheet bodies, linings, grates and
fire bowls supplied for all kinds
of Heating Stoves.
Bring in ail the names and numbers
K. K. LITTLE.
Mrs. Jane Harnage was hostess to |
the Girls' Club Saturday afternoon. I
Those present were Mrs. J. \V. Mc-
Stmdden who wak the guest of the
club, and mem ben? present were j
Misses Myrtle Leitch, Evelyn Tinch, :
Lucile Markham, Nell Stapler, Lynn :
Prentice, Beatrice McSpadden and !
Cherrie McSpadden. Mrs. Harnage
assisted by Mrs. Ed Hicks served a j
H. L. Bridenthall went to Fay-
etteville, Ark., Monday for a short
W. H. Kisner left Monday for a
business trip of several days in
Claremore and Tulsa.
Prank Osburn returned to Mus-
kogee Monday after a week end visit
with his family.
O. L. Connor of Vinita, Grand, The War Mothers of America met
Master of the Oklahoma Masonic Saturday afternoon at the Car-
Lodge; \V. M. Anderson, Oklahoma | negie Library. Mrs. L. M. Logan was
City, Grand Secretary, and' Win. | • louted secretary and Miss Nell
Dixon Fly, Wagoner, district dep- Stapler appointed assistant secre-
uty, made an official visit to ti,e tary. Plans are being made by the
Blue Lodge of Tahlequah Friday ev j War Mothers to celebrate Armistice
ening. They complimented this j Hay by giving a reception to the sol-
lodge on their work and on the lodge diers, sailors and marine o! Chero-
room, saying it was one of the nicest1 ee county at the Library. As Nov
in the state The members of tho'ember 11 comes on Sunday the re-
Eastern Star accepted an invitation ception will probably bo held on Sat-
to meet these officials and about. tirday, November 10.
fifty ladies went to the Masonic haH
Friday Evening. During a social Miss Allle McCurry of Muskogee
hour the ladies served a salad course spent Sunday wlth^ her parents, Dr,
which was greatly enjoyed.
WEST END ( LI II.
Tho first .regular meeting of the
West End Club for 193 9-1930 win
held Thursday aft ::iioon, October 9,
at the home of Mi--. VV. Koid. In
spite of the Inclement weather, every
member v pr<'■ "if. a*id sunshine
and good cheer abounded within this
! Mrs. L/C. Ross, the new president
for ensuhi.' year, .complimented
the propiam ■>' >m- idee on the new-
year's books, both as to looks and
contents, and ;■ Iced that the club
shall try to attnin to the high stand-
ard set for them.
! After roll call, each member re-
plod highway, where drums are beat- 'loadii!:' w ' a ' iirnmt even . the
lug and colors flying, in the roar of business for the day took up a short
cities. They love the sounding sea time. Tills was fallowed by tho pro-
breeze and the open nir, und may gram for the afternoon.
always be found about the wharves , Tj,e general to/ • for the year's
and rejoicing before the windows of tl(lv America's
toy shops. John Neal. j Problem.
| Mrs. R. L. File, chairman of the
Emperor Skillful Engineer. 'program conii ittee, set the pact! on
From imperial times until today the this fir r number with a well writ-
ten, clear-cut paper on the "Causes
y Immigration." Four reasons wero
given for the Influx of fprelgiiers
into our country und each feasor,
was fully discussed.
1st. The Non-Military Motive. To
escape militarism many have como
Then why not pursue the study of
children ,f<u* yourself? Tin; subjects
are always before you. , No books are
needed, no justly drawings, no lee- '
tures, neither transpi reticles nor Illus-
trations. Your specimens are nil about
you. They come and go at your bid-
ding. They are not to be hunted for
along the edge of a precipice, oil tits |
borders of Hie wilderness. In the des-
ert, nor by the ■■■■•■■ iiore. They abound
not In the uninhabited or uuvisited
place, but in jfciur Very dwelling hous-
es, about the steps of your doors, In
every street of every village. In every
green field, and every crowded thor-
oughfare. They flourish bravely In
snowstorms, in the dust of the tram-
Tiber has been a torment to all gov-
ernments. Caesar elaborated a sys-
1 tem that would have made Rome a
' rival of the London or New York of
: today, but ills associates found th«
enterprise too gigantic. When a dis-
tant successor, the Einperor Claudius,
came to the throne, he took up the
scheme,and though he did not embark f.om Germany, Austria, 1 !y, Greece
1 and Mrs. L. E. McCurry.
Bargains in Sewing Machines and
Typewriters at Young's Jewerly
Store. Repairing and Supplies. tf
Williams Drug Store. In business
for your health. DA
See J. H. Ci ampler tor farm loa .s
W. T. Ford has purchased the
Hampton home near the Mission
School building and will, after some
remodeling, move his family there.
For hemstitching, phone 360.
400 acres of agricultural and
grazing lease; can give possession it
onoe. Lease runs for two years.
This farm is well stocked with cat-
tle and hogs; two houses and barn;
plenty of flue water; within 12
miles of Tahlequah. Call on J. H.
There's Magic, in
on It so extensively, he compelled the
wonder of the time by the eapnelous
waterway afforded. He was an engi-
neer by taste. His name Is associ-
ated with the enormous aqueducts.
Aqua Claudius and Anio Novum, the
wonder of modern engineers,
and the Slavic nations.
2nd. The Religious Motive. The
Puritans, Quakers, Moravians, \Va>-
densians, Luthernas, etc., and by thn
thousands came tho Jews, mostly
He from Russia, and the Armenians.
; ' iiy.
Red Cross Ball Blue
A hundred years ago, the magic,
dazzling whiteness it give?, to the
coarsest as well as most delicate
fabrics would havo caused its utter
to bo hailed us ft Witch, To-d y
she Ib tho envy of her neighliors,
at, much l«*t labor ti. herself.
Make* clothes beautiful.
Buy il—try it - and you'll stick to it.
4t mil good grocer*
i Cents Almost Free!
18 cents a package
Camel* are told everywhere in scientific-
ally sealed package* of 20 oigarettea; or
ten packages (200 cigarettes) in «
Ins-paper-covered oar ton. We atron&Iy
recommend this carton for the home or
o£3c* supply, or when you travel.
I, J. ^YNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY
~ " «N.C*
GAMELS' expert blend of choice
Turkish and choice Domestic
tobaccos answers every cigarette
desire you ever hnd! Camels givp
such universal delight,such unusual
enjoyment and satisfaction you U
call them a cigarette revelation! •
If you'd like a cigarette that does
not leave any unpleasant cigaretty
aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty
odor, smoke Camels! If you
hunger for a rich, mellow-mild
cigarette that has all that desirable
cigarette "body"—well, yofi get
some Camels as quickly as you can!
Camels' expert blend makes all this
delightful quality possible. Your
personal test will prove that Camel
Cigarettes are the only cigarettes
you ever smoked that just seem
made to meet your taste I You will
prefer them to either kind of to-
bacco smoked straight!
Compare Camels for quality and
satisfaction with any cigarette in
the world at any price 1
caused a harbor at Ostla to be dug.1 3rd. The Political Motive.
The breakwater was not built In the brought some advantages, but many
right direction, and the harbor ultl-. unwelcome gue'-u, among them Le-
matcly tilled up. )nine and Trotsky, and the Radicals
— |of all Nations; Reds, Socialists, I.
Insect Bothers Forest Rangere. W. W - and Bolshevii 1.
The ohmlette is the "cootie" of the' 4th, nnd gre--. o«t The Economic
forest ranger's life. He does not get Motive. Fn>m crowded Chin i, Jap-
on the ranger, but he gets In his tel- ;u, Italy, Ireland and Scandinavia
ephone, which is much worse when como home-seekers .The mere strug-
you are trying to telephone for help for exlHl,,nc<, ,jriv„, the majority
on a forest lire. The ohmlette Just (f) m|r ,hor(1Si so!ne be.
delights In getting Into the transmit- " , , ,. ^
ter and attempting to call up some of jlioving that be s tee s o e
his forest friends. A buzzing starts, jure literally paved wi< i fold.
says the American Forestry nssoeln- | Mrs. Fite dealt with this subject
tion of Washington, that Just about ^ In a masterful way, creating an in-
puts the line out of business. The, tense interest in the year's study,
ranger could take u shot at tlie trans- | After the paper the hostess served
tnltter. but that, of course, would ,, saj.,^ „f unusual excellence
•Vet" the phone as well as the «lim-} pleasant soci.,1 hour was en-
lette, st) the ranser usos a piece or a
moth ball and that settles It for Mr. joJ'od 1)5 a" ' " J
'■ 1 !■$
For quick service ror a farm loai
' see J. H. Crumpler. tf
!' Mrs. M Fi'-lds and email
daughter Ahnawake return'd Sun-
day from a short busine1 s trip to
See Dr. A Walters, he will
treat you and guarantee
a cure or no pay.
DR. A. WALTERS CREW MILLER BLD'G.
OVER OZARK GROCERY PHONE 409
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Cherokee County Democrat (Tahlequah, Okla.), Vol. 34, No. 47, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 15, 1919, newspaper, October 15, 1919; Tahlequah, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc90551/m1/3/: accessed February 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.