Cherokee County Democrat (Tahlequah, Okla.), Vol. 35, No. 11, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 18, 1920 Page: 1 of 4
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! «o TU ftlUQUH AKHOW M SBUUK
TMUWU, OIUIOIU, WBDK
pQBLBBED BY Ttt AllOW
FEBRUARY, 18. «•.
Mammoth Poultry Yards.
S. C. Anconas- Only.
Eggs $2.00 per 15. $7.00 per 50,
$12.50 per 100.
J. M. Williamson, Mgr.
Thay Belong in Every Household
Says a Noted Authority
Whea one of the family ii ailing you
n,i any of the following simple
medicines and feel absolutely safe be-
eease they have been tested and tried
far many years in millions of homeet
California 8yrup of Figs
Far children who are oonstlpatod,
ieus, nothing quite equala a little
■ine "California" Syrup of Kg**.,
yea must be sure you have genuine
Boraia Fig Syrup because this fat
■Mdieiat i widely imiUted.
Bayer Tablets of Aspirin
Always aas Aspirin preeerlbejl
Papa's Maw* far Stomach
A ve*y P «y Valentino Tea w aa
given by tbe Ladies of the Bap ti*
church, Saturday February 14,
at the homa o( Mra. Jas. Johnson,
on Shawnee avenue. The home
waw prettily decorated with hearta,
cupida, and bows Ac arrows. The
color scheme waa rod and white
Valentine auggeationa were every
where, even the portiera were
made of hearta of different sizes
on which were attached cupida &
bows and arrow*. The lights were
all shaded in red with cupid hang-
ings. Beautiful red and white can-
dies carried out the color scheme
in every room. Meadames Ed
Sharp and R. H. Couch, received
and entertained the gueata in the
reception room. Thoae who aer-
ved in the dining room were, Mea-
dames, O. N. Goddard. J. W. Mc
Spadden, Wade Shumate. Jno.
Carding. Jaa. Johnaon. The eerv-
ing table waa kid with ahandaoma
hand. embroidered doth and
around die edge of the table waa a
eapid motif. On the mirrored
canter waa a lovely-van of red*
white carnations. Mrs. J.T. Tread*
weU and Mra. Florence McMurtry
preaided at the tea .and coffee aar-
viM. Quite n number of
-MmA during the afternoon
town and Normal work
Jfether, as I believe they will. —,
loyalty of the eitiaens to the school
■imply as a baaineaa jwf-
' ieosJe of Tahlequah,
to place before them
" ia and may be worth
Friday evening at the Normal
Auditorium the citizens of Tahlequah
■were given quite ^ the lec-
ture by Senator John Oelobee of
Guthrie. Mr. Gelobee ia a man of
exceptional ability *n thought and
presentation to othera. His lecture
dealt with th* fundamentala upon
which hiatory and politics are baaed
and tbe changea in thought and policy
I inc Clinu§ca aaa hs w b —— a
neceaaary aa the world progreaaee.
Hia lecture waa * -ty . that/waa ap-
preciated n^t only at the time, but
ithaa been an «<>}ect of comment
lated on hia toreogTvae the
best talent w^f«b o« nationand
tto afford 5d j&M: appreciation
due to fldm ™r„bls auceeas in
to the tchoflfcand town each
Senator Gelobee will
ia'fine. The harmony in the school
coald not be better and the outlook
is unuanally good. 1
There are many things that muat
be brought about in the near futwe.
At present the problem of the orea-
idents borne, a cafeteria to feed the
atudenta Of tbe aummer term, ana a
aummer auditorium are uppermost.
The achool, itaelf, for the moat part,
will take care of theae. |
Officers Perkina and Pressley held
the top hand one night laat week in
a small American. It seema that the
cards had been running low, and the
stakes were likewiae until the officera
arrived and raiaed each player 111.
The amount waa deposited with trie
city and was appreciated very much.
Boys will he boys the world oper, but
they are taking a big chance of go-
ing blind looking for the ace in the
hole, or may drop dead wlhen t lej
fill in the middle. Well, here ia
hoping neither will occur with our
hoys, j |
DISTRICT COURT PROCEEDINGS
Statka vs. Mack Mayes, grand lhr-
cany. Verdict of guilty and sentence
to one year in penitentiary. j
while you are
will ' be
''The Naturalisation of our Foreign
Bafna rititBM ,f
. fdrmeriifea of not i
Tbe time "ha*-come whan tbe citi-
seas of Tahlequah and tbe Normal
arhnol must work together with a
Tom Doyle, dimaWed. , - v
^State vikn^^B^ckand Bd Hobbj
couulid for defen'dahtt. |
ce paaaed until
V'K' ■ .i4
Dent Take Caleasel
place of iMgiaiiii.aaUfaUai
aa wett naalsmsl but it as
If yea have
falling out <
Saaderine. It la
jest ask for "Daadarlaa."
Cascaasts for Bowels
will have praetiully all of theae man-
widely imitated. You
af he. moth*. Mra. A.* S*#,j*
Clay Center. KonaawfcW^ year*
of grt& nrfffttg.. - ndWkory sev-
iiel ywe ago ma4e h" W** kwe
^ K«daught* Jo«^
and#a«de many fria^da who will
titude and chearfnfcese that were
a marvel lo ill who knew her-
She-wae o writer ci ability and at
tt l£«p i « ^
engaged in writtmg picture playe.
,, .Ti >-
barn destroyed by fire
of any N
.. Jo do.
" MttaHatern-baa one
this state. 'The de-
_.jTs very great and I
an good. Ta fiU the ««*• "«•
Hetory Wbltner, Mf-
Plsadad guilty and re-
^ EVERYBODY IS WORKING FOR R FUTURE OR
COME IN RND START * BANK ACCOUNT FOR YOU* «Ot.
DO IT TODAY.
FUT YOUR MOMEY Vfj ^ j
YOU WILL RECEIVE B FER CEtfT IHTEREBT ON TIME j
fo with <*Uege degreea, -
several hundred with ,ceny.
SUte va. ^
jar- Pleaded guilty
__ This will require one year. v ......
:e of 2500 annually. Aa-
r wk one-half will be ttr-
' by Outside achoola, it will be
for Northeastern to increase
_ i attendance to 1200 or more
aer term'. Thia cannot be done at
pnee, but the achool anil not be do-
ing ita full duty in the educational
woiic until thia attendance ia reached.
Dt T. J. Trnda _
While an average attendance of 1200
u "a' conaurSStion devotedly to he
' fully 50 per cent of the
nMessiry to accompliah thia
must"be furnished by the town. It
wnl be necessary for the citisena to
jElia Rlfca n.!
granted to defel
State va. BiH Downing, larceny of
sentenced to two yean
s entenced to two years.
SUte" va. Lanie E^AufaT «t W,
abduction. Jury reoerttM nOt guilty.
<- ^-^>Wtje wfeelc'ofraAW4^f
^ d "and published Friday
Lon Johnson, when arraigned for
sentence for the mwder «« «•
sing, aerved notice of appeal. Motion
oa tbe geauiae.
8. A. DeReiux, aection foreman of
the Friaeo at Procter, apent Sunday
1b Tulsa vndting frienda and attend-
FrWay aftdmoon about iVeloclli hlmes for the atudenta, aince,
lbs ttre department' hnMWnd a nil d^Mni^ea tov accommodate^ these;
out to South College street, where "°"
the bin of T. J. Adair ha<l «!ao«ht
fin from soate mysterious cause. The
barn contained about 410 ions W
cannot be had for V number of yeara.
! tbe totm mast also see that the
scrycu «• -rr v ...
overruled and sentence of life
. State vs. Cbariee Btu& et il. ^cest.
Jury returned a verdict of guilty.
mairie hay and seme can and osde,
besides other small articles. Ths
in Tulsa visiung ino™ ttaiaes o or ■"—
teg the monthly meeting of the tnck tern and entente anj^wmpleU loaa
icn'a unidh. f gnruy
week. It ia our aim and l«rpoe«
order to do thta wf wfflJSjvo to have
it will be appreciated.
Surch°imd ^mntMm ^e PROCLAMATKWON^ ^
adequate to meet the demand, and i NEAR EAST —■ .. ■
above all the social relations between I . 7—1 r.,.wu«ked Under the new ™lin« of
that it can make. Aside from the for funds. He established this P™®® ^ nob cut aff subecrihers who ard
treatige that it will give Tahlequah, dent in favor <^,the flear ^gast R«- ^ ^ until Mareh Xith, when
t will obtain very fine financial re- lief drive for $200,000. The cam- i« nto effect.
i, < ■ 'f'S'J; *•.
Dr. A. A. Wafers a#nt Saaday
•; . :■ i V> «
A Complete Use To Select Frost
D. M. CASEY & SORS
obtain very rine nnanciai re- nei sum «w
turna. When the attendance reachea peign datea are February 16-22, in
an average of 1200 per term the claaive.
sum ot meney that will be apent in.
Tahleqaah by the students and the
achool aleae will exceed a half mil- starving cnuaren.m «uu ~-
lion dsllara. This does not take into menia todays-orphaned by Oe Wttel-
Liiiiiilarrti-- the Increase in the valu- ties of tbe Turka during the wai^-
-• „( preperty and the increase children who, according to recent au-
B valWQan that will neceaaar- then tie aeeouata an living en sewn*
is with fie insnase in popu- eighths of an ounce of rien dauy;
K <MR % neeeaaaiy for the
the new law goes into effect.
1 otive. I
tarving childrenSyria and Ar-
towTtie doable Its present population
who an wading through deep now-
d rifts in sen weether, clad only in
Utters, to seek food M "b*11*1, i®
American orphanagee. hut who muat
bath school and
win sir about an oiner "Whereas, ft is certain tnat omy
! the sUte, but Table- ] M from America can prevent the
'quenesa an its own. death by starring and eaposun of
-mvironment thousands ef children and adults;
' and that, if Amerien and Oklahoma
come to the aid of the dying nations
of thsrNear East, they will be able
to nre for themselves aftsr the next
the Near East Belief,
. c hams red by an act of congreea. ia
h* asUar Oklahoma eitiaena to subscribe
V* $200,000 to this worthy work—a
£ quota of litt ■
Mesa in twM
school of ths
rity^tf Se^tmnaT^na not San This
tbe town M000 •
una ui little aien than 11 cents
per year in highoebool teaching force. 'okUhomai'do call
h^mTnij^sstaaata, Jo tree Sfiow cS3Si of .the Near East by
•re wUl ba^naaW^I 10^000- ^To ws wbatsver means is in their power
for I mag Juana Ballard came home Son
His net day- b*en Writing a girl
aoaaiW to sitbaate ^sT*but it w.ii 1 friend in Fort Gibson.
ia!^ndUuS Mm C. D. Markham
year ia asking boys and girls out of l^kSXSi C.
TWa ertkle is net written in erit- Taylor.
You are fancy free wheo tpu
select a KNOBBY LAllM-
. *. 1.1. . . 5, tew *,.v
ED SUIT—size or xlce deewn't
limit your choke.
,) r. 1 f.-v u.J
woolens are offered in
conceivable weave and coloring
to be made to your measure, is
the style you like best
At a price of $35 or $40 we
offer very unusual values.
THE KNOBBY TAILORS
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Cherokee County Democrat (Tahlequah, Okla.), Vol. 35, No. 11, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 18, 1920, newspaper, February 18, 1920; Tahlequah, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc90569/m1/1/: accessed September 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.