Cherokee County Democrat (Tahlequah, Okla.), Vol. 35, No. 5, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 31, 1919 Page: 3 of 4
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Williams Drag store.
UtW«U«Ui(ll year ksad. frtaa
« right Meeo i: w. Crispier ti
"W ' u'
-«KI? Wigasinseen haad
Wllliama Drug Store. in basnine
feoyeur health. OA
Cm ran tor Bent' Bee J.H. Crump-
lee at one*. 11M-AD
• Good PraMrHhytw flak by T. J.
v Aiair Mercantile Ce. tf-da
I fiVM far 'wit'' v''
J. H. CRUWUW.
for quick service for a (km Wan
•a* J. H. Crumpler tf
Or. R. A. Walters of Pswhuska
returned to his home Sunday after
aWood visit with his brother Dr. A.
Bargains, Bargains in Hats
V'lliam Dickerson of Keota
Okla., has returned to his hoot*
after a visit with his daughter Mrs.
Beautiful hats at leas than cost
Dave McMahan left Sunday for
Kansas City to attend an auto
Sam SixklUer and wife returned
to their home in Muakogee Mon-
day after a visit with his sister
Mrs. Carl Ha«lund.
Maud Torokins died Saturday
and her body was shipped Monday
to Brownwood Texas by v>ndertak-
er Carl Haglund.
Mr. and Mrs. George McGreagor
returned Saturday from Spring
Dale, Ark., where they visited Mrs
Mc Greagors mother.
Miss Grace McGreagor has re-
turned from Locust Grove.
Mrs. A. APaiefferof Muskogee
returned home Monday after a
visit with Miss Nell Stapler.
Miss Gertrude Rogers of Fort
Gibson and Mr. Felix Davis of Ok-
lahoma City, returned to their
homee Monday after spending a
pleasant visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Joe MeCormic and children
of Gentry Ark , arrived Sunday to
visit Mf. and Mra. Homer Yeager
Rev. J. P. Atkins and wifa, spent
Ohndtmae with Bro. Atkins father
Mr. and Mrs. Gean Pystte retw
mod Sunday from Sdoam Afki,
where they spent the week end
with Mr*. Bert Pyette.
Flossje tfcCollum left Monday
for Okmulgee, where she will take
a business course.
to your Grocerman
If he tiles Jo put over on
you something 41 just as
Red Cross Ball Blue
la the words of the iroronrtul Josh
Billing -"There aint nosich thinp."
There is positively nothing lis go<«
as. or equ:ti to Kl'.D OROH8 BALL
BLUE for producing oMlirs of such
■whits purity as liriug u blush to ucw
MAKING THE CHRISTMAS LIST
Rsck Your Brsin, Csmt 'Km Again, ta
•ee That No One's
"There, of course. Is Aunt Maria,
A oat Utile and Aunt Jaasi they're
pretty old. bat have te go down oa tbs
list again; and Uncle Joe and Uncle
Pete and good old Uncle Lent t I wish
I rosily could decide just whet I
should give them. And Cousin Nell
aed Cousin Kate end QsuslM Belle
Mi-Sue* and Cousia May and Cousin
Madge sMMt be remembered. tee. And
OMsia, 8a si a ad Ceusta Bill, and Co
st«e Jack, end Ned— rm ears If I bad
any stare I weutd «e off «ny head.
There's.Orsndme Smith and Qraad*
System Pnrifled and
Colds by Taking 0
the Matuealoss Calom
lets, ti: at are De-
lifhtiul, Safo and
Just ss 8csees ef Tahlequah People
Waiting doesn't pay.
If you neglect kidney backache,
Urinary troubles often follow.
Doan's Kidney Pills are for kidney
backache and for ether kidney Ma.
tsk your neighbor!
Tahlsquah citlseas endorse then.
Mrs. i. H. Beaaley, Tahlequah.
Jiys: "J oftin'.h-d sever" sUac**
Mckache. It was a steady pulHnc
Iowa pala. When I got up from a
tUalr I could hardly end«re. the paiu.
1 was weak ; and nervoas. 1 bought
But we can't continue increasing our
production unless we continue increasing
our railroad facilities.
The farms, mines and factories cannot
increase their output beyond the capacity
of the railroads to haul their products.
Railroads are now near the peak of their
Without railroad expansion—more en-
gines, more cars, more tracks, more ter-
minals—there can be little increase in
But this country of ours is going to
keep right oh growing—and the railroads
must grow with it.
To command in the investment markets
the flow of new capital to expand railroad
facilities—and so increase production—
there must be public confidence in the
future earning power of railroads.
The nation's business can grow only as
fast as the railroads grow.
Thote ietirint information otneeminf the railroad tilm-
«tfe« may obtain literatim hy writing ta tin Auocta-
turn of Railway Execntirm, ti Broadway, Now York.
ps Smith, i;readme and Grandpa Jonas Doaa* Wdasy Wlta,,a Or**, Bros,'
-what iDull I nt Hsr fetkn who have •« «sy quickly rid me ol
rheumatic* in- their, bsasst There's p> the trouble, I do aot let the com.
«nd ma and Brother Hal. and Sietefs plaint get me BO*, ^use Dean s as
Mend and Oraee i before I get through s«.on as I feel la aeed of t> im"
I UUak I'll be In the crasy place. Htm I Price We, at atl Jeate. *, Uont,
I what can I glve>aU<the girts who ah 'simply ask (or«a Mdney rem^y-ret
, WSJSI gire to mef-Oladya, Hsnaah and Doaa> KJ#(^^«a—tfte same that
I OirtMae andvLulu—Ist^aw see. and Mrs. BiaMsy kmd. ftetsrMnbura Co.,
Clsptehtine snd Rose. aad^ Peart and M«h. Beiale, N. T.
Dr. F. B. Fite left Sunday for his
home in Tulsa, after a week viait
with his mother Mrs. R. L. Fite
who is convalescent.
Mrs. Earl Gibbe returned Mon-
day to Claremore after a fort night
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Percy Wyly
Edd Thompson left Saturday for
Skiatook after spending the holi-
EallGibba of Claremore
Christaaaa day in the city.
Mf*. Raymqad Jordan retained
SaMrday toher home in Eufalla
after a week visit with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Duncan.
Allen Foster who now resides in
Louisiana spent Sunday hare.
Patent Pips Btvllbr.
Two CaHMrniaas have patented a
device that measures a pipeful of to-
baoco from a pouch or hex and staffs
It Into a pipe without contact with a
Boulevards In Havana.
■aveae ■to®11 on* the fldeet boule-
vart systems In the world. Including
nssrly 200 nalles of pnved streets.
HhooM Be Quarantined.
Many iiaysisians believe that anyone
who has a bad cold should be com-
pletely isolated to prevent other
Chinese Locomotive Engineers.
Chinese engine drivers have the gen-
tlest sense of touch with the air brake
ef any In the world. A break In two
Is almost unheard of, and there Is very
UtMe dsmage to cars In Shantung on
Trtehs ef Hie Tradsv
Lawyer (to fair client, a defend-
ant)—"When a young Juror looks at
you, weep; when an old one looks at
Dor centuries the world has wait-
ed for a perfect man.
PtaMt That Is dlumped.
Oms ef tt* em* tatansMug plants
MUfte Atlantic states lis the Totals
It la feund both In the
VMtpnlaa aed as (hr soutfe as Qeorgia.
fkare are several other species la the
Atlantic statsa aa far south aa Flor-
M* nad northward W CbnneetUrULTtte
pleat growa la vary hilly and wooded
piaeaa, aad la eaally recognlaad by Its
kidney shaped leevea aad curious pur-
pUsb-brown flow era. These flowers
prow one to a stem. No living thing
WO! eat Its hitter Isevea and oae rare-
ly soae the flower aniens one hunta for
It, for It hides Itself out of sight If
On the occaaloa of a slight Are and
much smoke behind the curtain a
vaudeville manager was trying, unsuc-
cessfully, by auave, assuring state-
ments to quell an Incipient panic in
the audience. A leading comedian
rushed out and, pointing a Unger of
acorn at the manager, appealed to the
audience thus: "Sure, do you think
he would be such a fool as to stop
\n dozen. more—eny gracious. I
must make a trip'through every shop
Aad there is Prtedn. housemaid girl,
atuji Mary Ann. the cook—ere I forget
HI pnt their numes right doern now
In my book. And. Oh I what shsll I
give to WiiiT Tee hee. what shall It
beT I feet sure that a d'smond ring
be will present to me. He says be only
wants a kiss, snd maybe that Is so,
but bow te bang It on a tree there la
no way I know. A nice st.k four-in-
hand might do, with stripes of green
and white; I know he .wouldn't be like
ps snd ssy It was a fright
"And now I think I'll go to bed and
put aside my list; tomorrow I am sure
to think of some one I have i.ilssed. 1
will be bankrupt when I buy the things
from ties to muPT—yes, Christmas
come* but ohce a year, and, graeiousi
that's enough."—Brooklyn Standard
Thsse tablets are intended especial-
ly for Indigestion snd constipation.
They teas up the etomach aad una-
ble It to perform IU functions natur-
ally. They act gently on the liver
aad bowela, thereby rssterlag the
aunhack and bowela to a healthy
condition. When yon feel dull, stu-
pid and constipated give them a tral.
Ton are certicn to be pleased wltn
DECORATING FOR CHRISTMAS
Holly Wreaths Help to Make the Home
Cheerful—How to Keep the Tres
Bright snd Grsen.
It Is n Christmas without a big.
gorgeous, glittering Christmas tree and
plenty of greens hung wherever pos-
Of course you have your tree chosen
snd Heady for Its great purpose. When
It's time or cutting,' invite yout
boy and girl frlenila to help,, and
malte the bringing In of the Christ-
mas tree a real ceremony. In Eng-
land this Is One of the big events for
yonng and old.
The kind of tree to he used depomls
npon where you live. Red cedar, white
pine, spruce, fir or hemlock are all
good. To keep the tree bright and
green set It In a deep bucket or low
barrel, brace and All the space be-
tween the tree and bucket or barrel
with coal. Then pour In water until
the receptacle Is full.
Every home should be decorated at
Christmas. Gather holly for wreaths,
make ropes of laurel, and have sev-
eral bowls filled with partridge ber-
ries. Mistletoe Is beautiful and can
be found as a growth on the top of
sweetgums, live oaks and other de-
ciduous trees In the territory south
of New Jersey, southern Indiana and
Missouri, and in Oregon and northern
California. Other fine plants for dec-
orating are Chilstmas fern and poly
pody. Black alder and lies or Ink
berry can also be og&<1. Every district
hss some special green thst is adapt-
able for decorating. In gathering
greens, never destroy the plsnts; cut
and pick carefully nnd the growth will
not be Injured.
members of the family and associ-
ates from contracting the disease, aa1 here If there were any danger?"
colds are about aa catching aa meaa- j —
les. One thing sure, the sooner eae] Ws'king Pslagate Not on Wire Then,
rids himself of a oold the lees tbs ~ "
danger, and you will look a goal
while before you find a better medi-
etas than Chamberlain's Cong* Resa-
eflp *e aM yeu la eurfag a seM.
When Ben Franklin coaxed electric-
ity from the clouds It probably did not
occur to blm that he was psvlng the
way for possible telephone or tele-
' — r. j- rtAJ.
THI BIROS' CHRISTMAS TREK.
To make a birds' Christmas tree,
take an evergreen. If possible, but sny
kind of tree will do If you tie sbeavse
of wheatv corn-stslks snd evergreen
branches all over It to make It dense.
If It is a large tree, plant It securely
Ifl a partially protected place. A small'
sr tree can be put oa the fesding shelf
suMile your wladdw. Bang en It wire
baskets Ailed with stmt, botes with
fronts removed, containing net meats,
mBtet, sqaflower sseda. wheat, cracked
corp. breed-mi mbe, rolled oats. etc.
Coconut shells cut In halt and tilled
with dainties that tbs birds love can
also be hung from the branches. Have
several shelves on which place spples,
lettuce, cabbage and vegetables.
In un 'coird«WM WW"WI*iflW
one or two deep hoses almost filled
with cotton where the hslf-frossn birds
can find shelter and warmth. Many
birds suffer from thirst during the wis-
ter. Heat a brick or large stone and
plnce a pan of water oa It
rhy'aieiaiyi end Priigglsts n e advis-
ing their friemle t keep tlioir «y idate
purified and. their organs lit porfc-.?
working order as s protection against
the return of influenza. Thi-v knew
that a Hogged up eystont aad a laity
liver fnvor toldi, inf'uensa sad eerions
Te ftit short a coM ow.raijj'ut aad to
prevent eorio"s eorHpliuntione'take one
Calotab at b;Hltim -with a swallow of
water—that's all. No salts, as nausea,
no griping, no b after effects.
Next mnminst yo r Jul v;<3iftyai
voi " li -A b I 8,ye>r liuieuk is pitri-
flu ui..1. ref.cil'fd ttjkl yott are feeling
■in with a he iriy aprtcti;® for brsak-
i>.t what yn ptt - —no
t,..oUil)« are lolJ only >. d lgfiwl
:.'*d pfiekatm, nr'teelthlrtyiB^'e c.nta.
,, ury nrugjist ie autlorlrod to rffttnd
money if yeiu arti rot p*rieutly
Hti'il with r-'ftflbj. —(Ait'.)
The Woman's Took
Do you M
The Real Christmas.
Tbs real Christmas Is sn Invisible
presence, n Joyful glance of the eye, n
wonderful expansion of the heart, a
sense of comradeship with all man-
kind. It Is an ahandonmsnt of our-
selves to all good Impulses nnd an al-
most reckless wsste of good feeling
snd generosity and love, and no army
of pessimists can banish that kind of
Chrlstmss from our hesrts.
Under ths Holly Bough.
Ta who have scorned each other.
Or injures friend or brother,
In this fast-fadlns year;
Te who. by word Or deed.
Have made a kind hesrt bleed,
Come KSther here!
I*t sinned asalnst and slnnlne
Forget their strife's beglnalng,
And join in friendship now.
Be links no lohsar broken.
Be sweet forgiveness spokea
U siler the hellr bough.
that they have found besuty when they
heve taken pleeaure In what I* merely
pretty, and this Is uafortunate, for It
makee It necessary to differentiate be-
tween what la pretty and what Ik bvuu-
tlfuL To the lover of prettluenH, love
la a little frosted cake, Joy a luscious
boo bon, soriow a dose of blttor medi-
cine. Prettlness Is ephemeral. Bnt
besuty Is powerful and memorable.—
No Longer Funny.
As a general thing, when a womnn
asks her liushnnd not to niiike nn ex
blbltlon of himself It Is n sign that
she hits got over the Iden that he I
NOTICE OF SALE OF RE At
In the matter of the Guardianships
of Nannie, George, Sarah, Jennie an#
Betsy Guess, minora.
Notice ii Hereby given in pursu-
ance of an o ..V if the County Court
of thf County "f cherokee. State ef
Oklahoma, mab« on tjte '12th day ef
December, 18194 tho undersigned
Guardian of the fstate of Nannie
Guess, st si., minors will aell at pri-
vets sale to ths highest bidder, sub-
ject to eonflrrtUtlop-"by said court en
the 5th day of January, A. D. 1920, at
10 o'clock A< ML, at County Court
Room, in Tahlequah} Oklahoma, or
withie six months thereafter, ail the
right, title and internist of said minora,
in and to the following described real
estate situate in Cherokse County,
State of Oklahoma, to-wit:
The Southeast 10 cores of Lot
3 and the SouthWeat 10 acres of
Lot 4 and S2 of NE4 of Section
3 rind S2 of NEI and K2 of SW4
of NE4 of Section 4, all in Town-
shi > 16 North and Range 20 Eaat,
containing ISO acres, more or
less, und being the allotment of
George Guess, deceased.
Said real estate will be sold on the
following terms and conditions, to-
wit: . Cash upon confirmation and de-
livery of guardian's deed.
B ds ffrr the pnrchase thereof muet
be in writing and must be Aled in the
County Court or delivered to the aa-
signed at Welling, .Oklahoma, or
to Guardian's attorney'at Tahlequah,
Dated the 15th day of December,
W. H. KISNBR,
Attorney for Guardian.
First pub. Dec. 17, 3 t-D.
State of Oklahoma, County of Cher-
okee, In County Court. Probate No.
In the Matter of the Estate of Klee
Bolin, a Minor.
Notice is hereby given In pursu-
ance of an order of the County Court
of Cherokee County, State of Okla-
homa, wade and entered on the ltth
day of December, 1913', the under-
signed guardian will offer for sale
and sell at public auction to the high-
est bidder an oil and gas mining lease
and leasehold estate on the 29th day
of December. 1919, at ten o'clock A.
M. on ilie following described iasds
situated in the County of Nowata,
State of Oklahoma, to-wlt:
Thf North 20.16 acres of Lot
twi) (2) of Section 6. Township
2U North Ranee 17 East; aad
the West half of Northwest quar-
ter of Southeast quarter and
the Northeast quarter of Booth-
east quarter of Southwest quar-
ter or taction 31. Tbwnsblp 27
North, Hangs 17 Kast, containing
50.16 acres, more or less.
Said oil and gas mining lease will
he sold on the following terms and
■ondltlons, to-wit: Cash In hand at
-onflrmation of the sale, !o dthet
with court coats and attorney's feee.
Said sale to be made In the Count}'
Court room of Cherokee County,
Oklahoma, at Tahlequah, Oklahoma,
U tho time above stated.
Dated this 16th day of Mix-ember.
J. DAVID NOWLIN,
?irst published Dec. 24, 1919. 3td.
P *" "^■■■■1
ThU taiteleu tonie seldom wqulres
over thrtt dayt to bmk up mslaria
chills. In thouunds of hones it u
always kept on n d. Try a bottle.
(0c st All DssIsts.
CHILI KltVftt IONIC
Knows Whsrs to Look.
First Fsrmer—"IIow do you And
yonr new hired man. EaryT" Second
Farmer—"I look In the shsde of the
tree nsereet his work."
Kimy-irolng men are upt to spend too
utich time up In the clouO* looking
;>r the nlher llnlne.
Other thinRs tire sik sour'-e as the
teeth of n In '•>—« rooster's for IS-
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