The County Democrat (Tecumseh, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, September 20, 1912 Page: 4 of 8
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The County Democrat
M. M. HENDERSON, Publisher
Published every Friday at Tecmnseh,
Oku. Entered in the postoffice at Te-
cumseh for transmission through the
nails as second-class matter.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR
~0FT1CIA1, COUNTY I'APHH
Tor Vice President,
for Congress, 5th District,
for Judge of Criminal Court of Ap.
HENRY M. FURMAN.
For Corporation Commissioner,
JACK LOVE. %
For U. S. Senator,
ROBT. L. OWEN.
For Congressmen at Large,
WM. H. MURRAY,
JOE B. THOMPSON,
For State Senator,
CHAS. F. BARRETT.
For State Senator (unexpired term),
C. L. EDMONSON.
JAMES T. FARRALL,
H. H. SMITH,
H O. TENER.
For County Judge,
O. W. JENKINS.
For County Attorney,
S. P. FREELING.
For County Treasurer,
GEO. K. HUNTER.
For Register of Deeds,
W. S. McCASKILL.
For County Superintendent,
For County Assessor,
HORACE H. ALEXANDER.
For County Surveyor.
For Clerk Superior Court,
W. K. DUNN.
For Clerk District Court,
F. W. WATTS.
For County Clerk,
R. C. GREEN.
For County Weigher,
For County Commissioners.
1st District—F. E. ROMBERG.
*ud District M JORDAN.
Srd District R. L, HOWARD.
Report of the Condition of the
TECUMStn STATE BANK
At Tecumaeh, in the State of Oklahoma
at the close of business Sept.
Loans and Discounts.........$86,077.09
Overdrafts, secured and iin.se-
. 1.035 63
Stocks, bonds, warrants, Etc.
Furniture ami Fixtures.....
Other Real Estate Owned____
Due from Banks............
Checks and other cash items
Cash in Rank...............
Capital Stock Paid In.......
Undivided Profits, less expenses
and taxes paid..............
Individual Deposits subject to
Time Certificates of Deposit.
. 21,392 52
Cashiers cheeks outstanding.
. . 2.207.23
State of Oklahoma, County of Potta-
Beware of Ointments for
Catarrh That Contain Mercury
as mercury will surely destroy the sense
of smell and completely derange the
whole system when entering It through
the mucous surfaces. Such articles should
never be used except on prescriptions
from reputable physicians, as the damage
they will do Is ten fold to the good you
can possibly derive from them. Hall s
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by I*. J.
Cheney ft Co., Toledo, O . contains no
mercury, and Is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and[mucous sur-
faces of the system. In buying Hall s
Catarrh Cure he sure you get ‘he genu-
lnc. It Is taken Internally and made In
Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Tes-
gold by Druggists. Price 75c per bottle.
Take Hall’s Family Pills for constipation.
I, M H. Wagner, Cashier of the above
named hank, do solemnly swear that the
aliove statement is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief, so help me God.
M. H. Wac.ner, Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
loth day of Sept. 191:.
E. L. Rosebush, Notary Public
My commission expires Dec. 13, 1913.
T. D. Smith 1
D. W Spencer ) Directors
K. L Rosebush j
Indian Killed On Track;
THOMAS RILEY MARSHALL.
The question ot changing the
seat of government of a state is
by no means a small matter. The ! and after it
question is now up in our own
state—Guthrie has undertaken
Much is b8ing said these days
about the recall of judges. This
agitation is all right, lots of them
should have been recalled be-
fore they had taken the oath of]
office and we can see no objec-
tion to having a law —state gr
even-nation wide—to recall any
official who fails to do his duty.
But that is not as serious a
difficulty as the technicalities in
the laws. The laws are framed
as a rule by those who are either
! ignorant or those who are inter-
ested in giving the lawyer more
scope. Take a real schrewd
lawyer under the present laws,
let him have a case that he
doesn’t want tried, and how long]
can ho keep it from coming to
trial? His case is one' that if!
tried he knows will go against
him. He will delay and delay,
is finally tried, he
nonduots the case in such a man-
ner that some little technicality
Loans anil discounts $ 95,569.76
Overdrafts, secured and unse-
cured.................... i,v>35 63
Banking house, furniture
and fixtures............ 6,500.00
Other real estate owned .. . '.900.00
Cash and signt exchange..... 61,186.34
Near Rochelle, 111., an Indian j
went to sleep on a rai'road track
and was killed by the fast ex- j
press. He paid for his careless- j
ness with his life. Often its that j
way when people neglect ooughs |
and colds. Don’t risk your life
when prompt use of Dr. King’s
New Discovery will cure them
and so prevent a dangerous
throat and lung trouble. “It
completely cured me, in a short
time, of a terrible cough that
followed a severe attactof Grip,”
writes J. R. Watts, Floydada,
Tex., “and I regained 15 pounds
in weight that 1 had lost.”
Quick, safe, reliable and guaran-
teed. 50c and ‘I’l. Trial bottle
free at all druggists.
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.
T'canoeH. Tecumseh State Bank
deposits Guaranteed by the Depositors Guarantee Fund
WHY NOT MAKE $200.°° A MONTH - • That’s
$50.00 a Week, almost $10.00 a Day '
felling Victor Safes and fire-proof boxes
* ------- dentists ~ ’
well-to-do farmers, all
of a safe, but
i ever rec
to merchants, doctors, lawyers, dentists and
all of whom realize the need
ire our pr
;ate the e
)ur handsomely Illustrated 200-page catalog
nrill enable you to present the subject to cus-
f a safe, but do not know how easy it is to own
one. Salesmen declare our proposition one of
the best, clean-cut money-making opportuni-
ties ever received. Without previous experi-
ence YOU can duplicate the success ofothtri
tomers in as interesting a manner as though
them through our factory. Men appointed as
you were piloting them through our factory. Men appoii
salesmen receive advice and instructions for selling safes, giving
I convincing'talking points which it is impossible for a prospective customer to
don't YOU be the first to apply from your vicinity before someone else gets tl
We can favor only one salesman out of each locality.
Capital stock paiil in...... $ 25,000.00
Surplus and profits..... .... 6.279 '9
Deposits.. ..... 124.953.04
Bills Payable............... • 1.759.5°
This is correct.
M H. WAGNER,
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Larsh have
returned to this city after absence
of nearly a year. Mr. Larsh says
he can’t stay away from Tecum-
Report of the Condition of the
BANK OF bAKLBOKO
al Earl boro, in the Stete of Oklahoma, at
the close of business Sert.
Loans and Discounts.........$67,464.93
Overdrafts, secured ami unse-
cured . . ...... .. i. 189 30 j
Stocks. 1 ends, warrants, etc. 3,11.19.38 i
Due from Banks ... ......... 3,04*.73
Good Paying .Mercan-
tile business For
T. B. X. Care Democrat
someone else gets the territory t
The 26th anniversary of our
company was celebrated by
erecting the most modern safe
factory in the world W*1e-
awake men who received our
special selling inducement,
rendered it necessary to double
our output. We are spending
many thousands of dollars en-
larging our sales organization,
but to learn all particulars, it
will cost you only the price o»
a postal card.
iAsk tor Catalogue 16 T.
SAFE & LOCK CO.
CINCINNATI, OHIO ,
The Democrat Reaches the People-Advertise!!!
Bill of Exchange
Cash in Bank
AH of this delay is defeating
justice. People ore tired of this
to re-looate the capital. This will give him a new trial,
question was tip before the peo-
ple to vote upon a short time ago.
It was then to move the seat of'sort of unjust procedure. It is
Capital Stock Paid In.. .
Undivided Profits, less Expensts
and taxes paid............ 5,612.45
Individual Deposits subject to
check ... ...
Time certificates of deposit ..
Cashiers Checks Outstanding
Notes and bills rediscounted.
government from Guthrie to Ok-
lahoma City. Guthrie lost out
and Oklahoma City won by a
large majority. Now, Guthrie is 1
undertaking to move the seat of 1
government back to where it j
The people of Oklahoma can 1
best be served atOklahomaCity. !
Oklahoma City is more centrally
located; more people can reach
farcial from the time the case is
called till it is settled in the
highest oourts. Common sense
was not heard of anywhere
throughout the trial of the case;
and, yet, it is said our laws a^e
founded on common sense.
Would it not be a good idea to
recall a big batch of these laws
that give lawyers so much scope?
Have it so that if a person does
Oklahoma City with greater ease^o into court that he can get out
and less expense than they could
Guthrie; the people were never
satisfied with Guthrie as a capi-
tal; the people were delighted
when the seat of government
was moved from Guthrie to Okla-
Oklahoma City has made a
without having to die to get out.
The common people have rights
but under our technical system
of administering the law, they
have a poor show.
This sort of business is caus-
ing a great deal of dissatisfac-
tion; this sort of foolish and un-
State of Oklahoma, County of Pottawa
I, H A. Dolen, Cashier of the above
named Bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief, so help me God
H. A. DOLEN, Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 9th day of Sept., 1912.
Frank Knappeilberger, Notary Public.
My commission expires Apr., 26, 1915.
Willard Johnston 1
C. \1. Cade (Directors
most liberal offer, one that will i fajr procedure will bring about
save the taxpayers something I much more serious trouble if it
like $2,000,000, which the citizen
ship of that progressive city are
ready to carry out as soon as j
some details are straightened out j
by the legislature. The people j
of Oklahoma want this contract]
carried out; they want the capi- j
tal to remain at Oklahoma City;
the people will never vote for the
capital to be moved back to.
Guthrie and Guthrie is foolish to j
think that they will.
Let the capital remain in Ok-
lahoma City, the most progress-
ive city in the land, and we be-
lieve four-fifths of the people of ]
the state will be satisfied.
is followed very much longer,
the people will just stand
much and then they-.
kepirt of the Condition of the
DALE STATE BANK
At Dale, in the State of Oklahoma, at
the close of business Sept.
Loans and discounts......... $'2,635.45
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 46 42
Banking House ............. 883.00
Furniture and Fixtures....... 783 00
Other real estate owned....... 1,047 55
Due from banks ............. 3,335-20
Personal property............ 34-20
Cash in bank................. 977-59
Total - - • $19,744 41
Capital Stock paid in.........$5,000.00
Surplus Fund................ 4,500 00 I
Undivided Profits, less expenses
and taxes paid ............. 2,490 42
Individual deposits subject to
check................... 8,750.49 l
Time Certificates of Deposit .... i.ouo.oo
Liabilities other than those
above stated........... .... 35°
One Way Colonist Tickets to
points West and Northwest,
Sept. 25 to Oct. 10.
Tecumseh is gradually gaining
ground. We know of two or three
mighty good things that will be
of a great help to the city which
we will be able to mention in a
Bhort while, Keep your eyes
open and your ear close to the
ground cause something is going
filate of Oklahoma, County of
1, Dillard Saylor, Cashier of the above j
named bank, do solemnly swear that the I
above statement is true to the best ot
my knowledge and tielief, so help me j
God. Dillard Saylor. Cashier. |
Subsettbed and sworn to hefore me this
$32.05 \ 7th day of Sept.. 1912.
Old Mexico, other points 30.00
Nevada - - 32.05
Oregon ^ 38.50
Utah - - 31.50
Wyoming - 31 50
Washington - • 36.50
See me for particulars
J. F. FLOYD, Agent
Louis P. Henderson, Notary Public
My commission expires May 5, 191 \
M. L. Caldwell | Directors.
Specializing in all Diseases of Long Standing
Dr. K. L. Hudspeth
Office in Rear of Farmers Naf’l Bank Bldg .
Pbooe 215 TfCBmaefa. Okla
We still have a good assortment
of Summer Goods which we will
dispose of at prices less than
Our Motto is: “No Goods
Come and get some of the Bargains. They
will satisfy you and make you happy.
All our ladies’, misses’and children’s Sum-
mer Dresses at half price. This is cheaper
than we can buy them. Come and see us.
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The County Democrat (Tecumseh, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, September 20, 1912, newspaper, September 20, 1912; Tecumseh, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc956943/m1/4/: accessed May 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.