The County Democrat (Tecumseh, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, December 13, 1912 Page: 4 of 8
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The County Democrat j
M. M. HENDERSON, PaMitber
Published every Frida> at Tectimseh,
Okla. Entered in the posloffice at Te-
cumteb for transmission through the
■tils as tecond cliM matter.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE *IJ* PER YEAR
A Hearty Welcome.
The Latest and Daintiest
Photographs of the season
Curtis Art Studio
Special Attention Given
to Kodak Work.
The Only Way.
Many Tecumseh Citizens Have Dis-
Editorial in the Miama (Fla.)
Metropolis: Miama’s welcome
to Mr. and Mrs. William Jennings
Bryan, who arrived in this city
to make their winter home, was
one of sincere pleasure. For
outside of the conviction that the
residence of the great commoner
here, will mean much in the way
of advertising the attractions of
of this section of Florida—his
choice of Miarna si ve all that
the south can offer tells the story
without need of further comment
—outside of this somewhat com-
nercial, if patriotic, understand-
Just what to do when the kid-
neys are affected is a question *
that concerns both young and
old. Weak kidneys neglected in
childhood lead to life-long suff-
ering. People of advanced years,
—^————— v^’ith less vitality, suffer doubly.
W, L. Fatherly of the south ; [n youth or age, languor, back-
end who is to be the jailer under ache, urinary irregularity, dizzi-
Sheriff-elect McColgan, wa- a ne8g and nervousness make life
pleasant visitor at the Democrat a burden.
office Wednesday'. Mr, Eatherly There is one remedy that acts
says he will not move his family directly on the kidneys. Doan's
until the first of the month. Kidney Pills owe their world-
wide fame to the fact that they
Mrs. Finuia K. Davis of white bave cured thousands of cases
Eagle, Okla., is the guest of her gjck ^jdneys and cured them
sister Mrs. Lininger at the Miss- permanent|yt Follow the exam-
*on- pie of this Tecumseh citizen.
Mrs. Fannie Morris, K. Wash-
ington St., Tecumseh, Okla.,
think Doans Kidney
Fills are fine and f am pleased to j
recommend them to any sufferer
from backache or other kidney
trouble. J used Doan’s Kidney
There 1# more Catarrh in thi* auction of
the country than all other uie« a£*s put
together, and until the last f-w year*
sraj supposed to lx* fn« vtMe. For a jrr^at !
many years dot tor* pronounced it a local ,
(Uietfc and prescribed local remedies, and <
by constantly failing to cure with local
treatment, pronoun* • d it incurable.• Sci-
ence has proven Catarrh to be a consti-
tutional disease, and therefor** requires
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F*. J. C: ■ ey &
Co.. Toledo. Ohio, is the only C
tional cure on the market. It is t • i-
temally in do**-* fr» m 1« drop*: t a 1-
spoonful. It arts directly on t* • 1 -i
and mucous surface* of the svstm. ’. /
offer one hundred dollars for any ease it
fails to cure. Send for circulars and tes-
Address: F. J CHENEY * CO.. Toledo, O.
Sold by Drngrists. 7T*.
Take Ball's Family Pills lor eon&tipatiuu.
We sell the best Kitchen Cabi- j
net made at a price which al- !
lows everyone to buy. K. C.
Nichols 4r Co.
What a feeling of comfort and security is
contained in those two little words. Nearly
anyone can have the feeling. A man works
better, thinks better and feels better if in his
vest pocket he is carrying the evidence of
thrift in the form of a passbook in a good bank
like ours. Do it today.
Tecrostii, Tecumseh State Bank 0ll,h"u
Deposits Guaranteed by the Depositors Guarantee Fund
Re. O. P. Noble of Selma. Cal
merciai, n r.ww=,.»««r.—- jfornia,i8the guest of his nephew “ ..
ing of the value of Mr Bryan a Mp T „ McCujeton. Pif,B are
residence here, is another feeling
Only A Fire Hero.
active and my back ached and
can say that they did me great
For sale by ali dealers. Price
tion, kills pain. Only
at all d-uggists.—Adv.
The Rev. lrl R. Hicks Almanac.
Remember the name—
-and take no other.
that no other man in
States could evoke.
ntngs Bryart. They know that j burned hands, he held up a small
he is “on the square” and al~ - round box. “Fellows!” heshout-
moet surpassing their great ad- , ed> ..thjfJ Bucklen’n ArrticaSalve
miration for his powerful mind,j j hold, has everything beat for
his indomitable courage and h«!buPns» Right! also for boils, r(j oenttj
PM.- pin,pi.., 0> N.w York, .ole .gem.
ciplCT .1 truth .nd honor » ‘h.l brui„«„. Sur.u lh, UnM Sut„,.
indefinable feeling of confidence piJe cupe ,t gubdueB i„nama-
in his judgment and his—friend- tjon kj„8 Dain 0nly 2r» cents
Perhaps that is the whole
thing. The people of Miami wel-
come Mr. Bryan asafriend. They j
want to see him enter into the;
affairs oi our young city as if he 1 he Kev' lrl H' H'cks f'ma'ia,; and the legislative departments
had been among its founders Ifor 1913'* n°" *L l °‘ the 8Ute- WUh the Present
sixteen years ag». They want;mo8t HPlenduJ r‘uraber of th'» attitude of each very little results
to feel that, in addition to finding popular Year Book ever printed. for good will be accomplished,!
here a delightful place to sojourn ltH value has beeP l,han one department pulling one way,
a place filled with all that can be oyer proven by remarkable ful- and the other the opposite and:
given in the way of happy m0- film^ts of it. storm, weather and ; the tj,xp8yer8 taking the middle
manta, the “peerless leader” wi„ ^quake foreoa. a th.s year. of the road and paying the bill;
count Dade county hi* home and ! Pr°;e8Hor H,Cks J^^iy mer.tB he 9ti„ we should not criticise either;
. , . .... , confidence and support uf ail the ^ t)ic. arg the servants il the
U,. probl.„.,t,.t.o,„8h,.o.n,l|je<)|)le ,.7,. „nll
to e p so ve. for his 1913 Almanac, or only one
So, tlie we come given . mel donar f„r his splendid Magazine
a’s izreateBt citizen in Miami . .
Rock Island Lines
SOME BARGAINS IN STOVES
New and Second Hand Ranges. Cook and Heating Stoves
See Them and Get the Prices
These Stoves were taken in exchange for gas stoves
Warren-Smith Hardware Co.,
"The Hardware Store"
SHAWNEE, ... - OKLAHOMA
Phone 143 Main & Philadelphia Streets
Corporation seems to be at a
premium between the executive
The train of trains, with fast sched-
ule. modern equipment and every
convenience to make the trip one of
pleasure and comfort.
Other Good Trains Daily
■ llItiiH pAV IHOMPSON
hn Division Piss. A(en!
Oklahoma City. Ok .
or J. K. POLK. Agent, Tecumseh. Okls
Specializing in all Diseases ol Long Standing
Dr. R. L. Hudspeth
Oflice in Rear of Farmers NatT Bank Bldg.
Phone 215 Tecumseh. Okla
A M. BALDWIN
A. J. CARLTON
BALDWIN 4 CARLTON
Office rooms 7. S. 9. 10, Nichols
Office Phone 87
Residence Phone 50
WELLS & LEE
I E. GLADDEN Practice in all Courts
Physician and Surgeon 116 N. Broadway, Shawnee, Okla.
iChas.E. Wells W. E .Wells
Frank E. Lee
of lh. word—il i. from th. one f11*' in,“t"'nl "'T1’1,* on bu.in...
any home or business. Send to
Word and Works Publishing
Company, 3401 Franklin Ave.,
St. Louis, Mo.
They report Maudj
in thriving condition.
The plum tree is well loaded
with nice juicy plums and when
Woodrow begins to shake it, as
he is the only one who can, there
will be some scrambling. Wom-
en and men alike, are standing
in line ready to make a dive for
anything that falls. The narrow
skirts will be a disadvantage in a
race like this, however, they may
change skirts for this occasion,
so you had better look out boys.
Bill Murry’s message to the
State Senate seemed to have cut
much ice. Mr. Murray is one of
the kind wito always finds an
opening and never fails to enter
at the opening.
J, C. Green one of Maud’s
most prosperous citizens wa8|
mixing with his friends in Te-1
The Morris Sisters
Millinery Stock is
Now Being Sold at
Fall and Winter
-To points in-
Alabama. Cuba. Florida. Georgia,;
Louisiana. Mexico. Mississippi. Newj
Mexico. South Carolina. Tennessee!
On sale daily to April 30, 1913, j
return limit June 1, 1913.
We have in stock our new
line of Men's Boys' and Chiid=
ren’s Suits and Overcoats.
We tnvite you to call and see
the new styles and colors—they
are ready for you.
It will do you good to look
We Can FIT
and SUIT You
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The County Democrat (Tecumseh, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, December 13, 1912, newspaper, December 13, 1912; Tecumseh, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc956585/m1/4/: accessed January 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.