The County Democrat (Tecumseh, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 44, Ed. 1 Friday, June 28, 1912 Page: 4 of 8
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ESCAPES AN AWFUL FATE.
acrainst burglary and ev-
ery other posBible chance
of loss. When your mon-
ey is with us, it is not
only safe, but earning
A thousand tongues could not
express the gratitude of Mrs. J.
and Pharisaical slander of his
betters until the day of election.
He might eucceed in disturbing
bus'r.ees; in alarming capital and (
creating a period of stagnation in E. Cox, of Joliet, 111., for her
trade and industry, but what I wonderful deliverance from an
does he care? He has been hu- ! awful fate. “Typhoid pneumonia
miliated; beaten at his own had left me with a dreadful
game, and he is going to avenge
himself if it disarranges the plan
of salvation or disrupts the re-
Fortunately, however, the
people are not taking him
cough,” she writes. “Sometimes
I had such awful coughing spells
I thought I would die. I could
get no help from doctor’s treat-
ment of other medicines till I used
Dr. King’s Mew Discovery. But |
iously. His Wall street backers 1 owe m>’ life to this wonderful
interest. Use common sense and open an account today.
farmer# ^National iftank
The County Democrat
M. M. HENDERSON. Publisher
1 adopted, take up another, it cat
! be worked out.
Published every Friday at Tecutnseh,
Okla. Entered in the posloflice at Te
cumseti for tranmiissit n through the
as second-class matter.
OFFICIAL COUNTY FAPKR
Holding a Steady'Hand.
The Pottawatomie County Tax-
payers League are sitting steady
in the boat watching closely what
is going on. They have taken
hold of the tax question in this
county with a firm hand; they
have said to the state hoard,
“This far and no farther can you
go.” The league is right. The
state board, in many cases, has
been unreasonable. They, the
state board, when the mutter is
put up to them, claim they didn’t
mean to raise the taxes or. indi-
viduals ts lias been done. Yet,
the rate© v;2? made and the lea-
gue is right in enjoining the
raise and the injunction should
stick. We don’t know what the
court will say, but we do know
that the leaguers’, as a general
Mr. Roosevelt's New Party.
The expected has hsjpened—
Theodore Roosevelt defeated by
the par y that had honored him
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR !lnd he 1 “d
employed to secure Ins own ad-
vancement and that of his friends,
sets hiraselt up as a director,
judge and jury and begins a eru
sade to wreck the organization
which for half a century has been
the most compact and best disci
pliried working political comb;
nation the world has ever known
Mr. Roosevelt had declared hi
would under no cirourastanncee
become a candidate or accept a
nomination; later a conspiracy
was hatched up, as a result oi
which seven western governors,
pharisaically declaring that they
represented the people, called on
him and demanded that he run;
in response to this appeal In
agreed to “accept the nomination
if tendered him.” Then came a
very eh quent delay in the ap-
pearance of the “tender,’’ not-
withstanding the activity of his
rich lieutenants. The people were
somehow painfully unaware that
they owed him anything. It he
came obvious that if the whole
remedy for I scarcely cough at
at all now.” Quick and safe, its
the most reliable of all throat and
are not prepared for the wreck of
the country’s institutions. His
shouts will not reach very far
eastward from the Mississippi, medicines. Every bottle
and in due time, we believe, his : guaranteed. 50c and SI 00. T rial
hypocrasy and pretense will be ; bpttle free at all druggists,
Don’t Stand in Your Own
Don’t cast a shadow
over your future as the
man trying to read
with his back to the
light. Turn around and let
the rays of the light of pros-
perity shine on the next
page of life's hook. Start
an account with us today
and the shadows of gloom
and drudgerv in old age will
be driven away.
Your Account is Secure
The Baptist Ladies Aid will I
serve dinner and supper Satur-
day, July 6th. Place will be an- j
Ttcam.ch~, Tecumseh State Bank mm-™
The following announcements are
made subject to the action of the Dem-
ocratic Primary, Aug. 6, 1912.
Johnson-Flynn prizefiight, Las
Vegas, N. M., July 4. Round!
trip S29.70. On sale June30 and |
July 1-2 Return limit July 9.
Woodrow Wii son of N.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT—
Any Old Fellow Wiil Do.
FOR CONGRESS.'‘5th Distriot-
Scoit Ft rris
J. W. Mansell
Fred Pc Branson.
FOR STATE SENATOR—
C. L. Edmonson, Chandler.
M. M. Henderson.
National Educational Associa-
tion, Chicago, 111., July 6 12,
round trip S29.10.
Special Excursion Round Trip
on certain dates in May, June
San Francisco j ffj /“I 00
San Diego J
ABSTRACTS, FARM AND CITY LOANS
Our absTact books are up-to-date. Low rate of inter-
est on loans, no red tape. Interest payments in my office
119 N. Broad va hv
The Democrat Reaches the People—Advertise!!?
rule, are absolutely right and
are entitled to the relief they are w'aen*7to be'a '“fiuke,” he
seeking. would have to say something, and
\t e have thought all the time .begin his outgivings to the press,
that the county commissioners developing an intense “hatred ol
should have made the adjust- J “bosses” and a clamorous s li
merits without forcing the honest lU(]e f(jr t)le rights of the down-
taxpayers to go to the expense of, tr()dden pe0ple. And still the
going into the courts, however, j people went on selecting Taft
these adjustments hbve not been i delegates.
made and the league was forc^ lle wa8n>t going to take the
to do something to protect them- stump to drag the presidential
selves, office in the mire of a word-hurl-
Thie law should he amended, j ing farce— but he did. He went
It should be fixed so that the out breathing ana'hemas; abus-
state board could not muke any Grig everything and everybody
changes ufter the assessments not for him; yelling “thief,”
have been made. The state j “liar,” “burglar,” “brigand,”
hoard cannot sit at the capital of etc., at the president and his ful
the state and tell anymore about lowers. He raced up and down
what ameunt of merchandise a | the country and suceeded in cap
merchant has, or what sort of a 1 luring a lot of states by signifi-
wagoii a farmer has, anymore1 cant minority votts through
than the man peeping dowg from ' manipulation of the discredited
the moon can. So, lets have! primary method. But he did not
this law changed and look after j get enough, and so he went to
our own business, and let the Chicago to bully, beg or buy
state board have other business [ enough of Taft supporters “to
FOR THE LEGISLATURE—
H. H Smith of Shawnee.
F. Al. Redding
James W. Morrison.
John A. Keys.
E. B. Mundy.
J. T. Farrall.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER—
T. M. Kirk—Re-election,'2nd
Geo. K. Hunter.
FOR COUNTY JUDGE—
Ross F. Lockridge.
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY—
S. P. E’reeiing.
C. P Holt.
H. F. (Buster) Harmon.
J. M. Thompson
J. H. Pemberton
N. A. J. Ticer.
John H. Hatfield.
FOR COUNTY aSSESSOR-
W. J. McBryde.
F. L. Davie.
they can look after.
put him over”—to use the lan-
The league should be kept up.; guage he has been affectinff. Fail-
It should be strengthened. Ev-ji'ig in that, he cries “fraud,'
ery taxpayer in the county should 1 “theft," “highway robery,” etc.,
be a member and there should he just like any other vulgar, cheap
such demands made upon our; gambler who plays for high
law makers that there would and . stakes and loses,
cou'd be no escape. The way to He has organized his bunch of
get a thing is to go after it and irreconcilables, mostly from the
stay till you get it. Star.d pat,'states west of the Mississippi
boys, she is bound to come. If' river, and is going to harry the
you slip up on the plar. you have country with his racious egotism
FOR COUNTY CLERK—
W. S. Carson
R. C. Grepn
D E. JENNER.
FOR COUNTY SUPERINTEN-
H. M. Fowler.
Miss Gladys Whittet
FOR COUNTY WEIGHER—
I. F. Odell.
T. O. Griffith.
Ladies’ and Misses Ready-to-
Wear Dresses in the Newest
Designs and Prices.
New and Nobby Spring Clothing
for Old and Young.
New Lawns, Dimities, Linens;
all New Weaves and Shades.
New Dress Trimmings, Laces,
Embroideries, Fringes. All
this Season’s Goods.
Have Insurance that Insures
Insure your farm property, household goods and
live stock in a good Old Line Fire Insurance Com-
pany and Know that you will be protected.
Fire, Lightning and Tornado Insurance Written for either three or five year* at a small
cotf per hundred.
F. E. DICKERSON
first Door South of Court Houae Tccumach, Oklahoma
FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR—
R. R Brrtrand.
FOR COMMISSIONER, SEC-
J. P. Cook.
COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF
R. II. London.
FOR COMMISSIONER, THIRD
J. D. Gilleland.
E. A. Graham
R. L. Howard
J. P. (Pack) NoLon.
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