Cherokee County Democrat (Tahlequah, Okla.), Vol. 35, No. 1, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 26, 1919 Page: 3 of 4
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OOTTNTY DEMOCRAT, UHMQCAH, OKMHOMA.
THE TIRE BUSINESS
MAKE BIG MONEY
We teach you !o do vulcanising and rebuilding of Auto Tires in
from five to six weeks. Puts you in position to earn from $40 to $60
per week. Positions open everywhere. Small capital starts business
Frank Boudinot of Washington, of youv ow„. special tuitiou of $50 until January 1st; then regular
D. C., transacted business here Mon- ^ #f |1Q# w(u be charged
For further information, write or call at our school.
We "Buy liberty Bonds."—T. J.
Adair Mercantile Company.
day and Tuesday.
If you want to sell your land, price
It right and see J. H. Crumpler. tf
Miss Aimee Parsons spent the
week end in Boynton as guest of
Ray's School of Vulcanizing
105 North Cherokee St. Muskogee, Okla.
You will find me back of the First
National Bank. Melly Vickerv, Mil-
Mrs. V. G. Harbaugh of Musko-
gee is the guest of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. D Parsons.
All the popular magazines on hand
at the News Stand.
Mrs. Sarah Sixkiller and daugh-
ter, Miss Ethel Sixkiller, went to
Muskogee Monday noon for a brief j
visit with Mrs. E. J. Caywood.
THE SANSING KlU'lNU.
OOl'XTV TEACHERS ORGANIZE.
Williams Drug Store. In business
for your health. DA
J. W. Duncan left Monday for a
ehort trip to Oklahoma City.
Farms for Rent. See J. H. Crump-
ler at once. 11-.2-AD
Miss Bud Curtis returned to her
home in Ft. Smith, Ark., Monday
after spending the week end with
Miss Ruth Allison.
Several farms for rent
11-22 AD J. H. CRUMPLER.
J. K. Parris spent Monday and
Tuesday in Ft. Gltf-'fl.
Good Prairie Hay for Sale by T. J.
Adair Mercantile Co. tf da
Ross Daniels transacted business
In Muskogee Monday and Tuesday.
A. B. Cunningham returned Sun-
day from Muskogee and Vinita, hav-
ing gone to Vinita to see Lucien
Buffington who is critically ill.
Marinello toilet water make a nice
Christmas gift.—Melly Viokery, Mil-
Miss Jtonana Ballard will leave
tonight to spend Thanksgiving day
with her parents, Mr. am' Mrs. W.
H. Ballard of Bernice. Froia there
she will go to Tulsa to attend the
atatc meeting of the teachers.
Hand-made X mas gifts at the
Milliner Shop.—Melly Vickery.
The Arrow Saturday mentioned
the killing of Rex Sansing on the J
mountain near Park Hill, but was
unable to feet any of the facts in |
the case. We said his body was;
found in the automobile pierced by
three bullets and that there was no
witness to the killing, some of which
was fact, and part erroneous, ow-j
ing to the fact that people in that j
section are not inclined to talk oil
such occasions, but will refer one
over the phone to someone else, anil
each as called up follow in the wake
of the first one interrogated.
We find there were witnesses to
It seems a number had gathered
there for a general good time, which
ended in a carousal -vhere home-
made white liquor was in evidence
and indulged in.
At the end of the festivities San
sing and those with him, including
his brother, with Lon Johnson,
started for town. After going a
short distance Johnson got out of
the auto and tv>id Rex Sansing he
was going So kill him, at the same
time pulling his gun. Sansing tried
to talk him out of the notion, but
Johnson began firing, striking his
victim three times In the body.
Sansing was driven home and died
shortly after arriving there. Since
then Johnson has not been found.
The funeral occurred Sunday aft-
ernoon from the Park Hill school
house and was attended by more I
than could get into the building,
.any going from Tahlequah,
There was an old feud existing ^
between the. men and the resolve to
kill no doubt was aroused by tha ^
effect of the liquor.
In response to invitations sent
out to the teachers of the county,
a large per cent were present at the
meeting held in the District Court
Organization was perfected by
tho election of the following offi-
President, Gilbert Ferguson; vice
president, J. W. Sitz; secretary-
treasurer. Miss Denny Hinds; ex-
ecutive committee, J. M. Sitz, Will
Ghormley and Miss Denny Hinds.
All present becav <e members of
the association. There now is a
membership of thirty-five, and all
teachers of the county are expected
to become members.
The meeting was addressed by
Prof. J. N. Clark of the Normal and
Prof. W. T. Scott of the city schools.
The county, the normal and the
city school are all combined in the
The meeting adqourned ti meet
at the call of the executive com-
What you pay out your good money for
;s cigarette satisfaction—and, my, how
you do get it in every puff of Camels!
Miss Nora Carl returned to Fay-
etteville, Ark., Sunday after a week
visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. b. Brid-
Mr. and Mrs. George McGregor,
Miss Grace McGregor and Jake
Sharp motored to Morris Sunday
for a brief visit with Mr. and Mrs.
The faculties of the Northeastern
State Normal and Tahlequah I u >
lie school will leave Thanksgiving
night for Tulsa to attend the State
meeting of Oklahoma teachers.
Miss Allie McCurry of Muskogee
spent Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. L. I
Mr. tand Mrs. J|. Sherman, Mr.
and Mrs. Mooney Sherman and
George Sherman motored to Mus-
kogee and back Sunday.
The resale of delinquent lands for
'axes Monday brought a good many
people to town and quite a number
of pieces of property were sold. The
exact amount of money realized by
the county has not yet been com-
puted but officers say it will exceed
EXPERTLY blended choice
Turkish and choice Domestic
tobaccos in Camel cigarettes elimi-
nate bite and free them from any
unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or
unpleasant cigaretty odor.
Camels win .ant and permanent
success with smokers becp-ise the
blend brings out to the limit the
refreshing flavor and delightful mel-
low-mildness of the tobaccos yet re-
taining the desirable "body." Camels
are sfcnply a revelation! You may
smoke them without tiring your taste!
For your own satisfaction you must
compare Camels with any cigarette
in the world at any price. Then,
you'll best realize their superior
quality and the rare enjoyment
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Winston-Satan, N. C.
I * ' '
WHEN THE GIANT STIRS.
Misses Eldee and Trixie Starr of
Muskogee spent Monday and Tues-
day in the city.
Mrs. W. A. Thomas of Hulbert
was the guest Monday of Mrs. T. J.
For quick service for a farm loan
eee J. H. Crumpler.
Williams Drug Store. Quahty
Leonard Logan came home Sunday
from a short business trip to
Misses Eglah Coursey, Kathleen
Redburn and Galelah Peterson, who
attend Kidd Key college in Sher-
man, Texas, are expected home to-
day to spend Thanksgiving witn
their parents. Mrs. Coursey and
Mrs. Peterson went to Muskogee
"last night to escort them home
Jesse Vann* Mrs. Dora Vann
Miss Susie Vann and L. C. ^ ann
Jr left Monday for a short visit
in Pryor with Mrs. Jennie Vann
There's Magic, in
Had Cross BaH BNw
A hundred year* ago. tho magic,
dazzliug whiteness it give* to the
eowsest M well *« rowt.^? ji*!?
fabric* would have caused its use
to I* hailed a* a witch. .T'j-day
sho is Hie envy of her
nt much lw i ',or ll*nwU'
Malum i'lotlies beautiful.
Buy it-try it -and you'll stick to it.
I f>nt« Almost Fr«*
Everything in Eats
FOR EVERYONE IN THE FAMILY
No price profiteering here. Take a look at these
specials we are offering just now- every-
thing high grade and the price
down to the limit:
Country Made Sausage Per lb' ,i5c
Country Made Beef Per lb- 25c
Beef and Pork Mixed Sausa e 30c
Yukon Wheat Flour P«r cwt' *600
White Laundry Soap any kind ac per bar, '20 bars for $i.00
100 bars for 5.00
Goo* Flat Grain Coffee
r , 35c
Pur« Hog Lard -
Every one KNOWS the quality of the groceries
we sell. The only thing we want to do is to im-
press upon the minds of new custdmers the fact
that THIS STORE has never profiteered, and
NEVER WILL. Our prices of course are regulat-
ed according to what the goods cost us, but Our
Margin of Proftt is Very Small- always has been
small and always will be small.
We have the. best meat citter ia the city
aa4 the only auto delivery
C. C, EASTEP
When the lion roars the lesser
animals take to cover. The law of
self preservation extends even to the
When the giant stirs the midget
trembles and turns to flight. One
sweep of that mighty arm means
extermination to all within its
In our country we have the great-
est of all giants. Four centuries
he has been peacefully sleeping, but
today he is beginning to stir.
Capitalistic profiteers have goug-
ed him until his hide resembles a
seive. l.abor agitation u id strikes
have curtailed his legitimate activ-
ities until his exasperation lias
reached the point of explosion
But the giant is calling a halt,
j He has grasped his club of war and
| is going into action.
A now organization of farmers
has been created. It is the Ameri-
can Federation of Farm Bureaus.
It proposes to be to the farmer what
the American Federation of Labor
has been to the cause Of union
Its object is to protect tho farm-
er and the average American citizen
from the injustices of capital and
labor. In this it will undoubtedly
have the sympathy and cooperation
trail, and its mercy is as yet an un
(The giant is beginning to stir.
f>AV OK I'NIVEHSAL I'BAIHK.
For All Its Blessings tlic Nation
I,if(.s Its Hands to the Lord
in Grateful Thanks.
If you are subject to attacks of
heartburn or indigestion, it may do
you good to learn that I'rickly Asli
Bitters Is a prompt and efficient rem-
edy. It strengthens digestion, re-
lieves heartburn, tones up the stom-
ach and hy Its agreeable cathartic
effect, It empties and purifies the
bowels. Try it. Price $ 1.25 per bot-
tle. Crew Bros., Special agents.
Such sentiment as is aroused by
the. groat day whose yearly coming
sounds he note of praise for mul-
tfmillion souls, could not be set to
poet's verse or framed In choral
chant. Deep down where underly-
ing are the sentiments that sancti-
fy, reside the feelings conterlng in
tiie day whose glad advent is tuned
to thoughts of peace and praise to
the one above from whose wide-
open hands bestowments come, such
as have never yet been known to
other nations of the earth. Into the
churches at the usual hour the wor-
shipers again, with loftier views and
freer minds and with their souls
tuned to the sentiments that are
expressed fror.i nil the pttlpits of the
nation on the day on which the peo
pie offer their thanks to God.
For all the blessings to the land,
this day the nation lifts its hands
in humble praise; for all the bless-
ings to the homes the land lifts up
nave me ..« —«- its eyes to God in gratitude; for all
of that large class of people who hR Bip,nai signs of God's good will
are neither capitalists nor unionists, ,he ,an(1 wlu glVe its praise in
who now are at the mercy of both. ] lhought, m word. In act. Although
The new federation wilt not use t|jp cur(ajn of the future falls across
l oinbs or other liko means of I the vistas nn(i the prospect hides,
destruction. It will not use phys-1 no one has fear the land will not be
ical force or intimidation of any' free from an the harsh disorders of
nature. (the earth, and saved to sanctify the
It will use fccrse sense and Pe ** | .world anew to the pleasant things
suasion where persuasion will ac -t of ppace and lasting joy. Kor the
complish the desired results. 'bright prospect of the nation's use
It may resort to the ballot where ! ^ jj1(J fast-crowding years to come,
other means fill. I the people give their praise and In
Tho farmer wants a fair price '0!'! their prayers they lift their thoughts
Mrs. Adda Norrid and Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Hose of Muskogee will spend
Thanksgiving Day with. Mr. and
Mrs L. C. Ross.
Mrs. N. J. Nerou and, son r*e-
turned to their home in Checotah
Monday after an extended visit with
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Gable.
Dr. F. B. Fite of Muskogee re-
turned home Monday noon after a
short stay here looking after his
farm and paying taxes.
Mayes Starr, who spent several
days this week as guest of his moth-
er. Mrs. E. E. Starr, will return to
his home In Stilwell Thursday aft-
Mr. and Mrs. George Rucker,
Mrs. Powers, Mrs. Floyd Taylor and
son and Mrs. O. J. Burnette and
baby of Park Hill were Tahlequah,
HEX O. HANKING FUNERAL.
the products of his soil. He wants
the ultimate consumer to receive
these products at an equally fair
price, without enriching a horde of
useless and unscrupulous middle-
men, speculators and profiteers.
If all of the farm societies and
clubs are amalgamated into one
great central organization—similar
to the American Federation of La-
bor—its power will be so tremen-
dous that no Interest and no per-
son can politically or commercially
survive its dis^eaaure.
Its millions of votes could elect
any or all government and state of-
ficials—H could dictate every act of
congress—It could place its own
Judges on the bench—It could send
its own men to congress and tho
state legislatures—It could hnve
only such laws as those it might
originate and approve.
If this new organization follows
out Its announced plan of looking
after the Interests of those of the
people who are now between tho
corporations and the labor unions,
the profiteer* and the agltatois
may well take to cover.
A nemesis will soon be on their
with faith to the Lord, who says In
perfect peace he keeps tho ones
whose thoughts and hearts are
stayed on liim. For all his ways are
pleasantness, his paths are peace,
the psalmist says.
So for its cheer, for its gift of
peace, so for the record of blessings
felt and tliOBe in prospect yet, the
people give their heartfelt thanks,
making this day that sees other na
tions wrecked hy the battle's effect,
a day peculiar for Its cuuse for
praise. And thus, though sober.V.
will the cheer abound in myriad
hearts on this great day for praise
and giving thanks.
Shelton Lawrence and Billie
Moore of Tulsa came today to spend
Thanksgiving vacation with Mr. an.I
Mrs. .1. A. Lawrence who returned
from a week trip to San Antonio.
Dr. Williams or Stilwell was here
Monday on professional business.
Sunday afternoon at :t o'clock oc-
curred the funeral of Hex O. San-
sing. who died Friuay morning. Ser-
vices were held at the Presbyterian
church, or which he was a member,
by Rev. Albion O. Robertson of
Welling. The largest gathering of
friends and relatives ever witnessed
in Park Hill attending the services.
Mrs. William Antoine was in
charge of the choir who sang "Rock
of Ages" and "Abide with Me." Mrs.
Ross \\'iWants sang "Face to Face.
The berfutiful and numerous flor-
al offerings were mute evidence of
the high regard of the deceased.
Mr. Pausing was hurled beslda
his infant son in the Park Hill cem-
etery under a mound of flowers.
Besides his fnther and mother h«
leaves his wife.-Lula Powers San-
sing, heart-broken and crushed with
sorrow. His brothers, Troy nnrt
Horace Sansing. who have recently
been discharged from the art..}', W.
E. Sansing of Muskogee, end Hor-
ace Sansing of Little Rock, Ark., at-
tende.l the funeral. Mr. and Mrs.
George Rucker, Mr and Mrs. Wil-
liam Evans and Mrr. VV L. Duke
| of Ranger. Texas, and Miss Mary"
' Powers of Chlllicothe. Mo., relatives
of Mrs. Sansing. came to he with the
family during their dark hour of
sorrow. The love and svminthy of
their ninny friends Is extended
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Ross and Miss
Annie Ross left Tuesday for Mineral
A. B Hartnian end wni'nni Con-
don or the Arrow f"-ee 'o Tul-
sn today to spend Thnnks^vlmj.
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