Cherokee County Democrat (Tahlequah, Okla.), Vol. 34, No. 47, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 15, 1919 Page: 4 of 10
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OODJOPT DEMOCRAT, TAHLXQtAI, OKUBOU
UVEA DIDN'T ACT
Say* 65 yeer OH Kentucky Lady, WW Tdb Hew Shi Wu Irihtd
Alter i Few Dese* of Bkck-Dra^kL
SO DOES THE
E the Leather
ny a i
e s 9ZS
Keadorerllle, Ky.—Ml*, Cynthia
Higg'.:; bottom, of this town. ears: "At
my ag*. which ?« €5, tie liver does
act est so well as wbcu youag. A few
fttri ago. my etra&ch wu lZ out of!
fix. I was constipated. my liver
didn't act. My digestion was bad, and
It took so little to upset ne. My aj>- j
petit* was gone. I was Tery wsck...
I decided I would giro Black-
Draught a thorough trial as I knew It
was highly recommended
IrooaU. I besaa taking It
doeee of Blaek-Draaght*
Bere ity year* of saecaaafnl nae Vm
made Thedfori's Black-Draught a
standard, household reoedy. Every
member. of every family, at tlmo,
nut tki M; that BUck-Dna^it em
give la cleansing the tyttoa and rt-
Uerlng the troubles that oozne from
constipation. Indigestion. Ury Urer,
etc. You cannot kr.. t well tzaloas your
stomach, llrer and bo<re!s are la good
working order. Keep them that way.
thla Try Clack-Draught. It aeta promptly,
felt gently aad la a natural war. II yoa
lMCLJ\yi"K\T TAX UHT,
Sort ion Afi.
W2 s * se sw, 120a 4.11
S <1irm 30.
Se se 4 se ne se. 50a
Xw nw less la in se cor., 39a
Sw sw sw.. 10a
Si ne sw ne less 2.93a R. R.
Se nw ne less .64a R R. lJHa
Nw se 4 ne ne sw, 50a
N2 ne ne. 20a
Section 2! .
Sw i-w ne. H a
E 7a of ne sw ne
Se se 4 s2 ne se k nw ne se,
NOTICE OF HALE OF REAL
better after a (ew doses. My appetite feel sluggish, take a dose tonight
Improved and I became stronger. My , Toa will feel fresh tanoiwi. Pries
bowels acted naturally aad the least ZSe. a package—Oae eat a
trouble was soon righted with a few AH drogglsta. -f, M
Give way before the pene-
trating effects of Sloan's
TESTED AND PROVEN
So do those rheumatic twinges and
the lorn-aches of lumbago, the nerve-
infiimmauon of neuritis, the wry neck,
the joint -.trench, the ligament sprain,
the muscle strain, and the throbbing
The ease of applying, the quickness
of rehci, the positive results, the clean-
liness, and the cconarr of Sloan's
I.ir.im T:t :-ak it universally preferred.
3ic, 70c. $1.4 '.
There Is a Heap of Solace In Bein(
Able to Depend Upon a Well.
For months Tahlequah readers have ;
aaen the constant expressions ot |
praise for Doan's Kidney Pills, aad
read about the good work they have
done in this locality. What other
remedy ever produced such convinc-
ing proof of merit?
A. S. Miles, prop, blacksmith shop.
Bluff Ave., Tahlequah, aeys: "Doan'«
j N2 sw se A- se sv,
i Sw sw se, 10a
E2 se fw k sw se sw A / w
#w nw, 40a
, X2 nw sw A- sw nw tw A a2 .u
s« sw & sw nw, 90a 4.61'ei!
Se nw nw. 10a
■ Nw se, 40a
i S2 sw sw, 20a
; Se ne. 40a
j 32 se sw. 20a
Lot 1 i n 20.11 lot 4. 60 >4 a
'Sw 10.12a lot 4
Nw nw ne. 10a .
j Ne se ne. 10a
: S2 nw ne & sw ne & n2 nw
! sw. 80a
: S2 se, 80a
: S2 se aw. 20a
; Lot 4. 40=
f SS ne nw. 20a 10.0 I
:Lot 1, 40a 4.00
j Sw se ne, 10a
X2 se nw A- s2 ne nw. 4«a....
W2 nw nw & se nw nw *0a .
j Xe ne nw. 10a .
j X2 se ne A- sw se ne, 30a
|W2 nw nw i- nw sw nw. 30a
Sw sw nw, 10a
j Se .n« & n2 sw ne. 60a
j Se sw ne & e2 nw se A sw ne
! se, 40a
Guardianship of Nannie Gue-
•Minors. Probate No 241 u
Notice i« hereby jivn th "t r; t „p
suance of an order of the -i',,,.,.'
Court of Cherokee County. Stat. 0
Oklahoma, made on the 19th day 0
3 00 September. 1919, fn the malt*- o*
1 -® the guardianship of Nannie (;, '
4 and others, minors. Probate- \0
2412, the undersigne.. as the ■ . ,r^
ian of the estates of said mirors*
ill sell at private sale to the high-
bidder, subject to confirmation
b.- said court, on the 25th 0.
October. 1919, at 10 o'clock a m
or -lithin six months thereat-: at
Tahlequah, Oklahoma, all th< • i.*ht
title and Interest of said mi: rs'
Xannie Guess. George Gues- aj|
Guess, Jennie Guess and Betsy i, ■„.:g [j
in and to the following described ft
, ,. .land situated in Cherokee Co'Mr i
SW4 of SW4 of Section 5: >:■ 4
of SE4 and W2 of NE4 of Sh.4
and SE4 of XE4 of SE4 of S-
tion 6: NE4 of NE4 of Seetii
7: NW4 of MV4 of N"W4 of Sec-
tion 8 all in Township 16 North.
Range 23 East; also the follow
ing lands situated in- Adair
W2 of NE4 and E2 of NW '■
and SW4 of NW4 and E2 of
NW4 of NU4 and SW4 of NW I
of NW4 of Sec. 28; and SE4 of
SE4 of Se. 19; and E2 of SE4
of NE4 of Section 29 all in
Township 1[ North, Rang-' 24
Said real estate will be sold on
the following terms and eon ltitons
to-wit: Cash to be paid upon de-
livery of guardian's deed.
Bids for the purchase thereof runst
after eatine' Do vrm hirp ,.m.r be in writing and filed in the County
after eating. Do you have sour Court or delivered to
Does your stomach feel bloated j
E. C. McMi'-h-
ael, at Tahlequ;;h. Oklahoma
Dated this tor 6th day of October
1P19. ARCH CHRISTIE
First published Oct. 8. 1919. 11D
risings, heartburn, spells of dizziness
and constipated bowels? If so. |
Prickly Ash Bitters is the medicins '
for you. Men who use it find it ex-
Kidney Pills are all riitfit Soxetlinet : actl>' suited for such disorders. Price j
my *.dneys became disordered ant SI.25 per bottle. Crew Bros, special
my back v.as lame and ached steaa- agents.
ay. To bend over to shoe a hor.se o: —
to lift any thing seat a sharp pain ORDER FOR HEARING PETITION* ln t!le n'atter °f t-h-=
tfciough my back. I have taken FOR CONVEYANCE OF LANDS
Dose's Kidney Pills at those tirnas ! by ADMINISTRATRIX.
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
and they have always corr e'ed the ,
trouble quickly and removed a 1 sign-'
Price 69c, at all dealers. Don't j
simply ask for a kidney remedy—ge! j
Doan't Kidney Pills—the «an_i that
Mr. Miies bad. Postsr-Milbara O*
Uturu., Buffalo N. T.
I r to cure it y< 1
;al romody Hall i
is tak^n internaily
l ,od on the friuc u? i
Meditt rriiin-an no bird Is bet-
in than the quaii from the
littoral to the Arabian hlil-
v. ,.-e a year It pas.-s over the [ '
: Im';',. v !r an-'o"'^' Catarrh Cannot Be Cared
comin,, U quite ; festival, ^
«ri outstanding bill and ; tarrh is a 1<> al di ..--a
•asantV overdue rent la paid j c0ni,Ut,,t,0"a'
'ense. When It goes north-
ward In May to it - nesting place in the
mlddb- of Europe the sandy Italian
«m si beaches are lined In the l|ne of Iti. fn^Tlu- i'/ui'.iry in-
flight wiili fine netting loosely held up 1 posed of jomc •
by Rtak.-s. and the unhappy little | purifier*"* \ -in ti
qualls, flying low over the sea, plunge. ti." ingredi*.nt3 in 1
Into these, and are securely held by • J).", |,'} v'h!^ *'•'
the falling messes. No fewer than t< ai nionials. free.
seventeen thousand have been received ^
In Rome In one day, and In the small i Hall'a' i'amily Pi;;? for const!pa'.
islanil of Itaprl, near Naples, one htin- ■ ————— —
dred and sixty thousand are sometimes Keep your stomach, liver
taken ln a -.eason. bowels in good condition if you would
; Slate of Oklahoma,
! County of Cherokee.
IN THE COUNTY COURT.
| In re Estate of Mark Whayne,
' Clara L. Whayne, Administratrix,
j Now on this 20th day of Septem- j
ber, 191i), R. G. Macon having filed,
herein his petition for a decree of
this court requiring Clara L.
Whayne, administratrix of the es-
tate of Mar;; Whayne, deceased, to:
deed convey to him the following
described real estate situated ln i
Cherokee County, State of Oklahoma j
t Lots 9 and 10 of Block 1 in Ma-
con's Addition to the Town of j
Park Hill, Oklahoma.
i It is ordered that said petition be j
set for heading on the 25th day of'
1 October, l'.n9, in the County Court
room in the City of Tahlequah, :
.Cherokc* County, State of Oklahoma
at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, the1
, same being one of the regular court
I days of the October 1JI19, term of j
tate of Callie
P. V. Craig, a minor.
Notice is hereby given in pursu-
ance of aa order of the County Court
| of the County of Cherokee, State o£
! Oklahoma, made on the 17th day of
i September, 1919, the undersigned
I guardian of the estate of Callie P. V.
^_| Craig, a minor,-will sell at private
" I sale to the highe.-t bidde;, subject
! to confirmation by said court on the-
11th day of October. A. D., 1919, at
10 o'clock A. M., ail the right, title
! and interest of said Callie P. V.
Craig, a minor, in and to the follow-
ing described real estate situate in
Cherokee County, State of Oklaho-
East half of the Northeast quar-
ter of ,he Northwest quarter,
i less 2 24 acres Frisco railroad
1 right of way, in Section JH.
Townshsisp 17 North. Range 23
East, containing 17.76 acres
more or less.
| Said real estate will be sold on thi
followin - tern;- .md conditlonja to-
wit: C.'.-h upon confirmation' o?
sale and delivery of deed.
Bids for the purchase thp-eof must
be in writing and must be filed in
the County Court or delivered ts the
| this court, at which time and placo|unIf,G"i?,1(?d ®l. K1(]on-
an(j all persons interested in said estate0" , <1 "3rU "aj" °" Siptember,
are required to appear and show j ' lIZZje CRAIGi now
AND SUPPLY SHOP
I have opened a shop the first door south of
the I ahlequah Abstract Co., and am prepared
to do all kinds of electrical work in a first class
manner, and also have electrical supplies.
Sam Kirkpatrick, Prop. Phone 93
Among the wi-nlthy reentries of
England was n man who lived near
Hastings. Ills fad excited much atten-
tion and amusement among his neigh-
bors. Punctually at noon each day he _
would appear in his front yard *ith .
h crimson (urban on his head, his feet
covered wiili richly embroidered and
jeweled sandals, and with a coolie .;.
cloth round his waist. Then, abso-
iutely indifferent to the hoots of the.+
people In the street, he would first i
pruy aloud to (lie sun, "the father of :
light and good," iind immediately aft- j*
erward prostrate himself before a'*
quaint miniature Idol with diamond j '*
eyes What made his eccentricity re- —
.. , . , , , cause, if any they have, why an or-
11 ave health. Prickly Ash Bitters jer should not be granted author-
j' leanses and strengthens these or-: izing and directing said adminlstra-
:,ans and helps the system to resist,'r'x '° convey to the said R. G.
, , „ i* i ,i . Macon the above described real es-
! oa,e eerms. It is the remedy for ta(e_ fQr (he rea,ons gftt forth in pal(,
[working men. Price $1.25 per hot- j petition.
tie. Crew Bros, special agents. I It Is further ordered that notice
I of the said hearing be given by pub-
! J. T
i Fii ':l
Atty. for Guarlian.
1 Sept. 24, 19 t i. ."iD
~ llcation of this order for four, suc-
-5. •> 4. + + eessive weeks in the Cherokee Coun-
+ ty Democrat published at Tahlequah,
W. E. DOUGLAS 4 , Oklahoma.
4" (Seal) ,T. D. COX,
Attorney-at-Law 4 County Judge.
+ First published Sept. 24, 1919. 4tD
Will practice in all Courts.
Office In Fite Building.
4. 4. 4. A 4.
4* •!■ +
niaikable was the fact that he was not
of Eastern origin, nor had he ever been
converted to any religious faith or cult
•f tue East.
The beginning of almost every
serious disorder Is constipation. If
you want to enjoy good health keep
your bowels regular. This Is besi
accomplished by proper diet and ex-
ercise. but sometimes a medicine U
needed and when that is the cas you
will find Chamberlain's Tablets ure
excellent. They are mild and gen-
tle ln their action, easy and pleasant
to take. Give them a trial. They
only cost a quarter.
Jspan's First Railway Station.
The old Ktone building of the Shim-
basbi station, which Is familiar to all
the foreign residents who came to
Japan before the completion of the
I Toklo station, Is to be moved to the
compound of the MelJI Shrine, which
__________________________ Is in course of construction at Yoyogl.
~ This building was the first railway
Germs entering the body with the station built In Japan and It is at the
air we breathe are harmless If tke same time one of the oldest buildings
Mrs. Llia Rosa of Chelaea, and
Mrs. Isaac Jounieycako of Nowata
returned to their homes Sunday aft-
er a brief visit with Robt. B. Ross
who is critically ill at the home of
hs daughter, Mrs. Watt Duncan of
stomach, liver and bowels are
healthy. If these organs are tor-
pid and full of Impurities the germs
thrive and bring on a spell of sick-
ness. To keep the vital organs ln
good condition take Prickly A ti Bit- I
ters. It keeps a man In worklaf i
trim Price $1.26 per bottle. Oraw <
Bros., Special Agents.
of foreign style in the capital. The
station was constructed when Japan's
first railroad was opened between
Yokohama anil Toklo lu 1872, under
the supervision of an American engi-
An Agreeable Surprise.
W. E. FOREMAN
Office in Fite Building
General Practice of Law
+ <5- ■
+ 4 4',f, + 4,4' + + + + + +,!* + + +
Used 4Q Years
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Bad breath Is a symptom of a dis- 1
ordered stomach, and weak dlges- I
tlon. The remedy for it Is Prickly |
Ash Bitters; the medicine for men. I
It purges the stomach and bowels of
fermented food and Impnrltlaa, pur-
ifies the breath, «leara the complex-
ion of aallownaai and makes you feel
fine. Price I1.Z5 par bottla. Crew
"About three years ago when I
was t.uffering from a severe cold on
my lungs and coughed most ot th*
time night and day, I tried a bottla
of Chamberlain's Cought Remedy
and was surprised at the promptness
with which it gave me raliaf," writea
Mrs. Jamaa Brown, Clark Kllla( N.
afforded by thla famed?.
To the creditors of George Glaze, de
The creditors of the above named
decedent are hereby untitled that the
undersigned was, by the County
Court of Cherokee County, Oklaho
ma, appointed Administrator of the
estate of said decedent, and that all
persons having claims against the
eatato of said decedent are required
to exhibit them to said undersigned
Administrator with the necessary
vouchers, at Tahlequah, Oklahoma,
within four months from the date of
the first publication of this notice,
to-wit; from the 24th day of Sep-
tember, 1919, or Bame will be for-
Dated September It, 1919.
Dr. C. A. Peterson and J. I. Cour-
sfcy came home Monday (tom a short
lfii.it .11 nth 1 ■ I... I...I tHp 'o sharman, Texas, wkene they
Many anot er has bean anrptttM ^e|lt ^ their dauHKers who at-
pleasad «wlth the yroapt'««INt taad KMd Mm 4lMi Uere They
atao attended the Dallar Hair.
Tin Woman's Tonic
The first meeting of the Music
Club this year was held Saturday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. A
Lawrence. DuriAg the business hour
Mrs. J. T. Awebery was elected vioe
president and MIsb Lecle Riggs was
elected to membership to fill the
vacancies caused by the resignation
of Miss Eula Smith. Mrs, Qaley
then gave a talk on Timely Topics
in the musical world and Mrs. L. L.
Leslie read a papar on "French Mu-
sic and Musicians." Mrs. Lawrence
served a. salad coarse.
Frank Walker of Osage came
Jfonday and la the gaest of Mr. and
mn •Robert *Uiker.
NOTICE OF SALE OP REAL
In r Guardianship of KS" Bird,
Elmer It. Bird and Eva May Bird,
minors, G. F. Bird, Guardian.
Notice l< hereby uiven, that in
pursuance of an order of the County
Court of Cherokee County, State of
Oklahoma, made 011 the 13th day of
October, 1919, the - undersigned
guardian of Roy S. Bird. Elmer R.
Bird aud Eva May Bird, minors, will
sell, at private sale, to the highest
bidder, subject to confirmation by
said court on or after the 31st day
of October, 1919, at 10 o'clock A. M.
of said day at Tahlequah, Oklahoma,
all the right, title and Interest of
said minors in and to the following
described real estate, situated in
Cherokeo County, State of Oklaho-
ma, to wit:
An undivided one-sixth interest
each in and to W2 of SW4 of
Section 3, and SE4 of SE4 of
Section 4, all in Township 17
North, Range 20 East, contain-
ing 120 acres, more cr less.
Said real estate will be sold upon
the following terms and conditions,
to-wit: Cash to be paid upon deliv-
ery of Guardian's deed. Bids for the
purchase thereof must be in writing
and accompanied by draft or cer-
tified check for ten per cent of bid,
and may be delivered to the County
Judge, to this guardian at Hulbert,
Oklahoma, or J. I. Coursey, Attorney
for Guardian, at Tahlequah, Okla.
Dated this 14th day of October,
1919. G. F. BIRD,
First published Oct. 15, 1919.
At any rate. Senator Penrose
makes It plain that it is much eaaler
for Republicans 'to promise legisla-
tion before election than it la tajfiMi"
act laws after the people have trust-
ed them to keep their word. .
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