The County Democrat. (Tecumseh, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 49, Ed. 1 Friday, September 5, 1919 Page: 4 of 8
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The County Democrat
L. P. HENDERSON, Publisher
One Year ......................$1 50
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TELEPHONE No. 118
Menntimo the Sennte, umlor the
iprengue of its Republican leaders, lends
; eur to the representatives small mi-
|norities who speak not for the United
States but for other nations. It is
linio that the American people arc
heard by the Senate.
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Mr. Taft charges Mr Lodge with
inconsistency. Mr. Lodge can answer
with a showing that he 1ms consistent-
ly opposed everything President. Wil-
son has advocated.
Evercy day that passes brings new
proofs that President Wilson was
right when ho told the Senate that
there can be no escape from the ef-
fect of the war until the United States
filed its acceptance of the terms of
peace with Germany; that is, until
the treaty censes to be a mere moran
dum of an agreement and become a
Abundant corroboration of the Pres-
ident's statement is supplied by the
Senate itself. While the problems of
the present press for solution, while
industry and commerce and government
itself linger between peace and war,
with nOne of the certainty of either
to steady them. The Republican ma-
jority in the Senate debates hypothe-
tical crisis of the future. Practical
consideration of the county’s immed-
iate needs in legislation is abandoned
for academic disenssions of the affairs
of other times and other peoples.
The American people who are sup
posed to bo the Senate's masters and
who certainly are its paymasters, have
been waiting with more or less patience
for some action that would formally
and finally end the war and produce
the status of permanent, peace. Rut
the Senate has ignored the wishes and
demands of its own constituents to hear
the complaints of outsiders. Of course,
this show interest in the representa
Keeping wages where they are and
lowering prices is one remedy the Pres
ident suggests for the high cost of
living. It the surplus over expenses
that measures the value of income.
Mr. Lodge may triumph in the gal
lories and conquer in the Foreign Tie-
! lotions f'ommitte, but he is sure to
lose in the Senate. Thus far Mr.
Lodge and Mr. Penrose have not suc-
ceeded in packing the Senate.
Soon your boys and girls will be
tripping off to school again. For nine
months they will reap the advantages
and face the dangers of school life.
For there are dangers galore.
The principal one is from contagious
diseases. When children aro packed
into a crowded room and one gets a
disease, the others are apt to contract
it. Influenza is one of the chief things
to guard against this Autumn.
The best thing T can suggest is that
every teacher in the state shall see to
it that every window in her school
room is open all the time during the
mild weather of autumn and that the
pupils are urged to have their bedroom
windows the same way. Mothers must
see to it that the children are well and
sanely fed before they leave in the
morning. Plenty of fresh air will
keep the children in the pink of con-
dition and make them less open to the
attacks of the influenza which un-
doubtedly will recur this fall.
Kepp the little ones dry and clean
and they’ll avoid colds, which bad to
tivos of small nntions, old and new, J influenza and pneumonia. Pry feet.
is prompted by partisanship; but what-
ever its motive its result is unmistak-
able—delay of peace, postponment of
reconstruction, disturbance of business,
hampering of activity, public and pri-
Disposition of the railroads is alone
a subject to which the Senate should
have been devoting a large portion of
its time and best thought Production
and distribution depend in large meas-
ure on the railroads, and whatever af-
clean bodies, plenty to eat and plenty
of fresh nir—that’s easy enough isn’t
it? It may save your child’s life, this
(First published Aug. 29t.h, 1919.—4t.)
All warrants issued on the Street
Lighting Fund for the fiscal year be-
ginning July 1, 1917, and ending .Tunc
All warrants numbered from 26 to
50, inclusive, issued on the General
Fund for the fiscal year beginning
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responding reaction on every industry I Treasurer.
and activity in the land. But the Sen- This is official notice that interest
ate not only has failed to. nrove but
even to give a sign that it regards the
question with serious concern.
on the above numbered warrants will
cease on and after September 29, 1919.
JESS M. CALDWELL,
City Treasurer, Tecumseh, Okla.
Who’s Your Friend
After the Fire?
The Insurance man of course—Others
tell you “we are sorry" but “a friend
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(First published Sept. 5th, 1919.—5t)
NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE.
Slate of Oklahoma, Pottawatomie
The Shawnee National Bank, a Cor-
poration, Plaintiff vs. Chan. A. Wiles,
ct al., Defendants.
Notice is hereby given, that in pur-
suance of an order of sale issued out
of the Superior Court of the County
of Pottawatomie, State of Oklahoma,
on the 23rd day of August, 1919, in
an action wherein, The Shawnee Na-
tioual Bank, a Corporation was plain-
tiff, and ('has. Wiles, Alta Wiles and T.
J. Lucufl*. wore defendants, directed
to me, the undersigned Sheriff of the
County of Pottawatomie, State of Ok-
lahoma, commanding me to levy upon
and sell without appraisement the fol
lowing described property: Lots one
(I) and two (2) and the South half
of the Northeast Quarter of Section
one (1), Township Eight (8) North
Range Two (2) Enst of the Indian
Meridian, to satisfy a judgment and
lecreo of foreclosure in favor of Haid
plaintiff and against said defendants
obtained and made in said Court on
tho 19tli day of Fehruray, 1919, for
tho sum of $2000.00 with interest
thereon at six (6) per cent, from Nov-
ember 34th. 1917, and the cost of this
action including an attorney fee of
$200.00; I will on tho 7th day of Oct-
oberw.at the hour of two (2) o’clock
P. M. of said day at the front door
of the Court House in said City of Te-
cumseh, County of Pottawatomie,
State of Oklahoma, offer for sale, and
sell to tho highest bidder for cash,
tho said property above described, or
so much thereof as will satisfy said
judgment, with interest and costs.
Witness my hand this 2nd day of
TU'LLY ,1. DADEN,
Rv C. E. PETTIGREW, Undersheriff.
W. L. CHAPMAN, Attorney for Plain-
(First published August 29, 1919.—-3t)
State of Oklahoma, Pottawatomie
IN THE COUNTY COURT THEREOF
Tn the Matter of the Administration
of the Estate of Lillie E. Duggan, De-
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF
The State of Oklahoma, to All Persons,
Notice is hereby given that the ad-
ministrator of tho following estate
lias rendered and presented for settle-
ment. and filed in said court iiis final
account and report of his administra-
tion as such administrator and his po
tition for distribution of said estate
and his discharge ns such administra-
tor; and -that 18th day of September,
1919, being a day of a regular term of
said Court; Of July Term, 1919. at the
hour of 9:30 o’clock in the forenoon
of said day at the County Court, Room
in tho City of Tecumseh, in said Coun-
ty of Pottawatomie, has been duly ap-
pointed by tho Court for the settle-
ment of said account and for hearing
said petition at which time and place
any person interested in said petition
may appear and filo his exceptions in
writing to said account and contest the
Estate of Lillie E. Duggan, deceased,
James Duggan, Administrator.
In testimony whereof T have here-
unto set my hand.and affixed the seal
of said court this 28th day of August,
A. D., 1919.
(SEAL1 Judge of the County Court.
WYATT & WALDREP, Attorneys for
,| (First published August 29, 1919.—2t\
' NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
PARDON OR PAROLE.
Notice is hereby given rant \V. W.
Cravey who was on the 1st day of
April, 1919, in Iho District Court of
the County of Pottawatomie, State of
Oklahoma, upon a plea of guilty, con-
victed of tho offense of disposing of
mortgaged property, and judgment and
sentence of said Court was ; renounced
against him finding hint guilty of said
offenso and confining him for a per-
iod of one year in the ponitontinry at
McAlnster, Oklahoma, will on the 25th
day of September, 1919, at 10 o’clock
A. M. or as soon thereafter as the
same can be heard, apply to the Gov-
ernor of the State of Oklahoma, for a
pardon or parole for tho remainder of
said term of sentence. Said petition
will at said hour on said day he pre-
sented to (lie Pardon and Parole of
ficcr at his office in the Caj itol build-
I ing nt Oklahoma City, and all persons
haling an interest therein and desiring
to be heard ei her for or against the
granting of said pardon or parole of
said sentence, arc hereby notified to be
W. W. CRAVEY.
By S. F. BAILEY, His Attorney.
ground of abandonment, will he ren-
NANNIE E. BELL,
(SEAL) Court Clerk.
By JOHN MORPHEW, Deputy.
WYATT & WALDREP, Attorneys for
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(First published August 29, 1919.—3t)
.State of Oklahoma, Pottawatomie
In tho District Court Within and for
Said County and State.
L.- C. Caldwell, Plaintiff vs. Ethel
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION.
THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO
ETHEL CALDWELL, GREETING:
Said defendant, Ethel Caldwell, will
take notice that she has heeu sued in
the above named court liy L. C. Cald-
well for divorce, and that she must
answer the petition file l therein by
said plaintiff on or before the 10th
day of October, 1919, or said petition
will bo taken as true and a judgment
for said plaintiff for divorce, on the
(First published August 29, 1919.—3t)
State of Oklahoma, Pottawatomie
IN THE COUNTY COURT.
In the Mnttcr of the Estate of Irene
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF FI
THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA. TO
ALL PERSONS INTERESTED,
Notice is hereby given that tho ad-
ministrator of the following estate
has rendered and- presented for settle-
ment and filed in said court his final
account and report for distribution of
said estate and his discharge as such
administrator: and that 10th day of
Septemlier, 1919, being a day of a reg-
ular term of said Court: Of July Term,
1919, at the hour of 9:30 o’clock in
the forenoon of said day at the Coun-
ty Court room in the City of Tecum-
h, in said Connty of Pottawatomie,
has been duly appointed by the Court
for the settlement of said account and
for hearing said petition at which time
and place any person interested in said
petition may appear and file his ex-
ptions in writing to said account and
ntest the same.
Estate of Irene Brooks, deceased. J.
J. Munn, Administrator.
In testimony whereof I have here-
unto set my band and affixed the
seal of said Court this 28 dar of Aug-
ust, A. D. 1919.
(SEAL) Connty Judge.
1 WYATT * WALDREP. Attorneys for
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Gold Crowns $5.00 to $6.00
Fillings . ................$1.00 up
Best Set Teeth $9.00
Best Set Teeth, upper and lower
both ......... _ $18.00
Extracting ......_ 50 cents
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CONDENSED STATEMENT AT THE CLOSE OF BUSI-
HESS JUNE 30, 1919.
Loans and Discounts ...............
Rank Building, Furniture and Fixtures
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank ......
Liberty Bonds ...................$32,500.00
U. S. Bonds and County Warrants ..26,295.57
Cash and Sight Exchange ........ 89,996.20 148,791.77
Capital Stock .......................
Surplus and Undivided Profits .......
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