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money; CARD OF THANKS .We -wish"to thank the kind friends and neighbors for their kindness and assistance through the sickness and death of our beloved son, husband, father arid'brother, the late'James I.. JIM L. MILLER DEAD Funeral services of Jim L. Miller, who died at his home near Akiris on Thursday, August 12th, from injuries, were held • at ^family home oh Friday August 13th. Interment being made in Akins cemetery the same 'day. Rev. J. L- Watson, pastor of First Baptist Miller. -.'(Signed): Mrs. James L. M'l- ler and fam.ly; Mrs, May Miller; Mr. j church of this city, conducted the serv- — "" ! .es. About two weeks ago Mr. Miller Slid Mrs; A. ,W. Mil}er and Family. .. " o —•• *- >WtMi-PLAY STIGLER. liam, Houstin, Irene, Lula, Bird, and Jole and five brothers Tom K. Miller,. Jess Miller, Will F. Miller and Frank Miller; 1 ' . o • — Mrs. J. C. Woll is in Kansas City and Saint Louis, this week to buy fall stock of millinery for her store* ' • - • Y 0 " " ' — AT THE BAPTIST CHURCH -Sunday August the 22 .was. assisting in rounding up cattle on _. Hootey 'Faulkner's place'; hear,-Akins-! The-Sallisaw Boosters, will play at \ and was' thrown to the ground when! Sunday and Monday. Regard-• his horse made a dash «^er a^teer : nf t.b P outcome of the games Stig- j and was seriously injured, which * We'' staTted'£b^«se»les ;oI" sermons'" 1 Sunday .night, last, to an overflowing house. They will continue, for at least five weeks. We expect to make next , suited in his death two weeks later, j Medical attention was Immediately j given and he seemed to be on the road j | to recovery when suddenly he passed j away. The deceased was born in Ark- j ansas some 50 years ago, but at early ! a'gg he moved t0~Cherokee Nationy-noV Sequoyah county with his parents and settled only a few miles from the'place where he met his death. He was among our well known farmer-stockmen and successful. - He was the father of Tom Miller, who made the supreme sacrifice during the world war. The deceased was the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Winchester Miller, of Akins.' He is survived by his aged parents, wife and seven children, Jesse, Wil- S Hilda may night one of "the best of tha* series, so J come without fail. Everybody Everybody is invited and wereome to come. ATI men and women, boys and girls not going to othe'r churchesi an'cT13unY day schools, we want you to come to ours;-Rich-and poor-alike-are-welcomer•- So come and help Td~make a better city, a better state, a better nation,' and a better world. Every Baptist ought to come and bring your children children to Sunday school and church, and help to take a stand for Christ. Every body welcome Sunday August the 22 is the Big Day. Come and bring some body. ' - "X X. WATSON, Paste? C o For Good Printing see the Democrat fler will play in Sallisaw on next Thursda/ and Friday. Sallisaw will take with them a strong outfit, in fact they will have the best team of the year. All of the boys are in shape and after a careful work out this week all soreness and Charley" 1 horses have heen discarded. A large number of fans will accompany the team to Stigler Sunday. Manager Cotton and Business Manager Taylor of Boosters stated Thursday that the local ball ground will be improved before the next game. The outfield will be dragged and the infield scraped, several feet back of the bases. U —.—o :— Wagons as Good as the Best; Better than the Rest. Sequoyah Merc. Co.