The County Democrat (Tecumseh, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 15, Ed. 1 Friday, December 8, 1911 Page: 3 of 8
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Farmers National Bank | Tecumseh State Bank
Will Treat You Right
The bank that deposits are guaranteed by
the Guarantee Fund
F. M. REDDING
The Big Cotton Buyer
Office in Farmers National Bank
Neal Gladish Co.
Dry Goods of Every
The Place to Get Drugs, Wall
Paper and Paint is
Carson Drug Company
T. M. Caudle
For Groceries Flour and Feed
Anything You want in Drugs and Paints can
be had at
Special Prices will be made to our customers on
Sale Day at
E. M. Newell & Co.
Wholesale Flour and Feed
If you want a real good meal go to the
NEW STATE CAFE
Groceries, Flour and Feed
H. J. BOYD & SON
Has Anything You Want. Call and See them.
At the •
NEW BUTCHER SHOP
is the place to get your meat
GUILL1AMS & KANNADY, Props.
W. T. WILCOX
for Flour, Feed and Groceries
At NOAHS ARK you can get anything you
want at about half price
O’DELL & McGEE
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Flour and Feed
Country Produce Bought and Sold
Stores at Tecumseh and Romulus
Fourth Pottawatomie County
First National Bank
The Old Reliable
Cldest Bank in the County
Is the place where you can get
anything you want in Dry
R. L. Morrison & Co.
Hardware, Buggies and
First and third Wednesday in each month
the merchants and farmers of Pottawa-
tomie County will hold a Public Sale for
the mutal exchange of property. What
one has the other wants, therefore let
them come together. List your horses,
cows, hogs, chickens, wagons, buggies,
plows, household articles or anything you
have for sale with the Democrat office,
this will give you a chance to find what
you want and a chance to list what you
Terms and Condition of
The auctioneer will announce the terms of each
article sold. No “By BiddingThe seller will
have the privilege of retaining the property sold by
paying the purchaser 50c when the purchase price
does not exceed $15.00, when it exceeds $15.00 by
paying the purchaser or highest bidder $1.00. Every
bidder at these sales will secure goods bought or be
paid for the trouble of bidding, besides the owner of
property offered for sale is protected from serious
loss. THERE WILL BE NO CHARGE FOR
SELLING, the merchants of Tecumseh pay the
auctioneer. Misrepresentation proven on the part
of the owner may be punished by the return of the
property sold on the day following the sale.
Clinkscales & Shives
All kinds of Furniture, (live us a cull, we
treat you right.
ji STONE & SCOTT
\ Make a Specialty of Abstracts and Farm Loans
E. C. Nichols & Co.
Is the place to buy your Furniture
DR GARLAND HAMPTON
If you want a saddle, bridle or a set of harness
G. M. CISSNA
Go to KLAPP for
Drugs and Medicine
BICKNELL & DOUGLAS
Groceries, Feed and Flour
for all kinds of Livery
Sale begins promptly at 1 o’clock
B. H. DICKSON
Real Estate, Loons, Fire and Life Insurance
List your property with me if you want to set
Second floor Opera House Building Phone 140 and 48
THE TECUMSEH TELEPHONE CO.
Will serve you. Call the manager.
C. BOARMAN, Owner
J. T. KNIGHT
Has a well assorted line of Fresh Groceries
Prices are low.
E. J. DICKERSON
is a Bonded Abstracter
FIRST CLASS MILLINERY
and all kinds of Racket Goods can be found at
SCHADE & CO.
Stop at the
O. K. HOTEL
where you will be treated right
Rate $1.00 a day
Do you know you can get a good meal for 15c
at McCarty’s, 1st door west First National Bank
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The County Democrat (Tecumseh, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 15, Ed. 1 Friday, December 8, 1911, newspaper, December 8, 1911; Tecumseh, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc957339/m1/3/: accessed September 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.