The Democrat-American from Sallisaw, Oklahoma on December 1, 1922 · Page 5
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The Democrat-American from Sallisaw, Oklahoma · Page 5

Sallisaw, Oklahoma
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Friday, December 1, 1922
Page 5
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SEQUOYAH COUNTY DEMOCRAT " FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1922 SILVERWARE We wish to announce to our friends and customers that we are living cards with each 25 cent cash purchase which will entitle you W Rogers Silverware when you have obtained the necessary amount. Start today and save your cards and in a very short time you will have saved enough to obtain Silverware. This is an exceptional offer—nothing has ever been offered in Sallisaw to compare with-it. Every home welcomesJ^ogers. Silverware—because it is an international established product—Every piece guaranteed. 50 Cards Coffee Spoon 150 Cards Table Spoon ROGERS SILVERWARE \ • . 50 Cards Tea Spoon 150 Cards Table Fork 200 Cards Butterknife 200 Cards Table Knife 100 Cards Orange Spoon 175 Cards Sugar Shell When you make a purchase of 25 cents or more at our place of business don't leave until you have your cards. We will give cards on accounts that are paid by, the 10th of each month. Take advantage of this offer and pay up promptly. We accept in conjunction with Silverwear cards---coupons, labels, tags, certificates and etc. of various products. Get a yellow circular for the list. .* • The Rogers Silverware is now on display at our store—drop in and take a look at it. Some beautiful patterns. DAN J. MATTHEWS & COMPANY, Grocers MAX REAGER, Ford and Fordson Fiske Hats for December and early spring War are now on display at Mrs. J. C. Woll's. A large selection, to choose from.' • ^ — —o ————• Mrs.'J. C. Woll invites you to visit her store and look over the selection of hats-for December and early spring wear. • — 0 r- Our stock of dolls, toys, watches, at Rabons Drug Company. o— —, Mrs. J. T. Mullens of MarbHJjjpity was in Sallisaw Wednesday afternoon on business. —. :—o" ——— »' 666 quickly relieves Cola's and La- Grippe, -Constipation, Billiousness and Headaches. .-'"••• Mar.1923 . ; 0—. • r- 5-lb pail best honey $1.20 at the Owl Cash Grocery. ———o •—Attorney Luther Kyle of Muskogee .Was in Sallisaw this week on legal business. , -. • -----•• - j#| •——o i_—— Mr. and Mrs. Dan O'Brien are spending the Thanksgiving holidays in Muskogee, guests of" Mrs. O'Brien's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vogel on East Okmulgee avenue . * ..0.,,,, „L".:» Misses Lady Hihes and Margaret McCombs were the week end guests; in Muldrow at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Watts. . ; —; _J O rr—; Mrs. R. H. Kello who has been ^spending the week' jn filils cl*y guest of her daughter, Mrs. Clayton R Burns returned to her'home ni Muskogee Tuesday. • " *. ••- 0 . ° — '' -. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Ahreris spent the Thanksgiving holidays with relatives in Muskogee. J. R. Parker of Muldrow was a well Known merchant of that city was in Sallisaw this week on business. Irregularity^ in tTie~~bowel'~Tnove"- ments makes you feel uncomfortable and leads to a constipated habit which is bad. Herbine is the remedy you need. It restores healthy regularity. Price, 60o. Sold by Ivey's Drug Store; —r '• —0-: , Economize' by giving useful gifts for Christmas. The Fuller man has them. Phone 68. 45-2-pd . o ; Dr. J. W; Sosbee, a prominent physician of Gore was in Sallisaw during the' week on' business. Dr f Sosbee is one of the west end's best good roads boosters and is always lending a hand in developing the roads in his community. ^ —; a- -.—; •— Mr. and Mrs. George Weems of Mena, Arkansas .arrived in Sallisaw Tuesday evening to spend the'Thanks­ giving holidays with their' sons, Ray O. Weems and Ralph Weems. They accompanied "Mr. and Mrs. Ray O; Weems to Fort Smith Thursday to witness the Arkansas U-Oklahoma A. and M. fpotball game. ; '..—rrr—TT°I:—' Miss Dovie Mattox of Stilwell spent the week end in Sallisaw, guest of her mother) Mrs.-Mary E„ Mattox. '—7T~ -O- 'H. S. Wren, well known business man of Gans was in the county seat Saturday-on business. '"" : • HQ . ., S. E. Kirk, superintendent of Gore's public schools was in Sallisaw Saturday,-transacting business. ! —l -, —r-O- = ' Cunty Superintendent-elect and Mrs. LOANS We are prepared to make farm loan*'in Eastern Oklahoma and Arkansas including. Sequoyah county; paying you the money when title is approved., . W. A. SOUTHAL * CO Representing Waddell t jfnveat- ment Company Box 553, Fort Smith, Ark. Lee J. Lewis and son of Long were in Sallisaw Monday on business. Supt. Lewis is in charge of the school a* Long cjuring the winter term. — -.—6—^ —• Congressman-elect W. W. Hastings of Tahlequah was in Sallisaw f9r ; a few hours Tuesday morning enroute to his farm north of this city. This is Mr. Ha;stings*fir^t visit tor Sequoyah county since the general electipn. Mr. and Mrs. J. Raymond Frye of Port Smith spent the week end in this city,'guest of Mr. Frye's mother^ Mrs v CO. Frye on East Vinestreet. C, A. Rogers, manager of the compress was called to Oyersburg, Tenn., this week on account of the illness of his father. Mrs. Rogers and two small children accompanied Mr. Rogers as far as Conway, Arkansas, where they will remain during his absence. * --o , ;—The—Order—of—Eastern Star _have changer their meeting dates and they no wmeet the second and fourth Friday evenings in each month at 7:30 P. M. Those interested should govern themselves accordingly. . O v Mr. and Mrs. Watie W. Wheeler and children are in Okmulgee this weenk end where they will spend Thanksgiving as < guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wheeler. — -o . ; ' Forest Fivekiller of Tahlequah was in- Sallisaw Monday transacting business at the local field clerk's office. Mr. Fivekiller was a former resident of this city. . . — O—; : .'. Mrs. F. M. Anderson and daughter Mary and Miss Kate Blakely motored to Fort Smith Thursday where.they attended the : football game between Oklahoma A. and M. and Arkansas U, o . R. P. Shull a prominent farmer of Horatio, Arkansas is in Sallisaw for the Thanksgiving holidays as the guest of his daughter^ Mrs. Horace F. Ivey. . o Ben Miller a well known farmer oi" Miller Ridge was in town Saturday and called at this office to renew his subscription to the Democrat. He told us "there's no- paper .we like better a* our home than the Democrat-and here's a dollar and a.half..for my renewal" and he continued: "My wife told me not to return home, until I had settled for another year of reading of the Democrat/' Before Mr. Miller left the office he informed us that a stork had visited his home on Wednesday, November 22nd and. left a twelve pound girl." I was kirida disappointed," Mr. Miller said "because we were hoping it would be a boy as we had already selected its name. We intended to name the baby Jack Walton Miller, but its a girl and we can't find a suitable name for the little one." Mr. Miller is a real farmer and produces many bales of cotton each year. \ o : i 'Rev.-S. E. Marrs of Cane HiKe,' Ark. was in Sallisaw! Tuesday and deliver^ fed a the..First Presbyter- I'iah church. The pastorate at this church is vacant and it is rumored that Rev. Marrs *will be asked to' re-' main -^in this city as pastor of the church. 1 I THANKSGIVING PAGEANT A REAL SUCCESS The • Thanksgiving Pageant which was given last Wednesday evening at MAX REAGER HONORED; APPOINTED CHIEF RADIOWL the hlgETchooT auditorium - by - the fir st second and third grades was a splendid success from start to finish with every person taking part in the event making a hit with the people. The play started promptly at eight o'clock and f lasted approximately two hours. There would be very little need of telling to the people through these columns the synopsis of. the play for nearly every person attended the occasion. * The play was, arranged by Mesdames W. B. Wall, V. W. Hudson and O;. G. Cox and Misses Margaret Rogers and Katherine Frye of the primary and ..expression departments and Miss Ida Gilbert of. the music department. . Another interesting feature of .the play was'the lighting effect which was staged by M. M. Black also of; the "Sallisaw high school. The effect was in -the fourth scene when every light in the house was turned out arid a fe\v tableaux lights were then lighted. In fact there was not one feature of the entire event that was what you might call a "holdout."' According to Supt. Wade H. Shumate this is only one of the plays which will be given by the primary and expression departments this year and that there will*be another play to Be staged in, the near future. These plays are being given for the purpose of purchasing a piano for the primary department, -0— : A modern- discovery for the rapid healing of flesh wounds, cuts, burns, bruises, sores and scalds is Liquid Borozone. It is a clear, colorless liquid possessing marvelous 4iealing ( power. Price, 30c, 60c arid $1.20. Sold by Iveys Drug Store.—adv.. —— o— We have a large stock of Hammer- mill Band stationery-at prices pleasing to all. Rabon Drug' company. _ o A rerhedy that will penetrate is necessary in the treatment 4 of rheumatism. Ballard's Snow Liniment goes right through the flesh to the bone and relieves promptly^.T^iree sizes, 30c 60ci and $1.20 perbottlel Spld by Ivey's Drug Store;—-adv. • •• ' o : , • • - Attorney Tom 'Watts of Muldrow was' in Sallisaw Monday transactinir business' before Distirct Judge J. H. Jarman. ' When it "coriies to honors and, bestowing of medals Sallisaw always gets iis -share-andljustjcecently Max ..Reager, who gained fame as a Ford and Fordson expert has been appointed "chief Whoo 7 .Whoo" of the Radiowls of .Oklahoma. His information came all the way from Atlanta, Ga., and smote Max on the ear drums when he. wasn't expecting it. It seemed that the radio broadcaster at Atlanta, Georgia a few nights ago broadcasted the officials of the Radi­ owls of each state and,as the waves failed to bring the official names of Oklahoma, Mr. Reager telegraphed to Atlanta, Georgia-for this information Tuesday evening while he was entertaining number of his friends at His home with a radio concert—the National Chief Radiowl who is stationed at Atlanta, informed Mr. Reager and his' guests that he was the big "Whoo- Whoo' in Oklahoma. The Radiowls is a new organization started in Atlanta by radio owners who listen in on late radio concerts and it has developed to be the fastest growing organization in the country. Mr. Reager is waiting for instructions from the headquarters as to tht nature of his official position, but one of them is to entertain the "shut ins" whether they are in bed or in jail. —o— -;— CRIMINAL CASES TO BEGIN DECEMBER 11TH church for a visit and those who heard him Tuesday evening are predicting he will be asked to be the Presbyterian church's permanent pastor.. He -is a very pleasant man, easy to approach and has a wonderful delivery. — ; — To relieve rheumatism, sprains, lame back, lumbago or pleurisy, Ballard's Snow Liniment is a remedy of proven merit. It is very powerful and penetrating. Three sizes, 30c, 60c and $1.20 per bottle. Sold by Ivey's Drag Store.—adv. . ;—o • '".4* Mrs. Charley Q. Cherry and soft, C. Q. junior, were in Tahlequah last week oh account of illness of Mre. Cherry's riiother. Get "The Better Kind" of printing. The criminal term . of December court will convene on i.Monday, December 11th with "Judge J. H. Jarman of this city occupying the bench. The docket is filled with important cases and each will be a hard fought one. The civil ^term of court will not con--, veiie until after' thei CHriHmas'h"^]-* days. The attorneys who are interested in the civil cases in this county have been spending this week at the court house in setting dates to present their 'cases. Number of out of town lawyers: were in Sallisaw Mori- day. A general summary of the crim-r inal cases will be given HI the Democrat next week.' ~" o— REV. S. E. MARRS ADpRESSES LARGE AUDIENCE • Rev. S. E. Marrs, Presbyterian pastor of Cane Hill, Arlcnnsp?, addressed a large audience ai'Jthe First Prrsbv- terian church Tuesday evening. Rev. %rrs-accepted an invitation from this kCLOTHINQj D0NT BE PERSUADED to buy somethIng 4, justas good" when you can g«tr ..the..genuine "SHIELD BRAND" suits with their r ; reputation for good fit' and the guarantee of quality behind them. . Come in arid see, those; .new arrivals. Latest. £ styles;and patter nsimbre 1 ';] .attractive than ever. 1 You'll find your size— your choice of pattern .and prices that will strike' you right. SEQUOYAH MERCANTILE} COMPANY ' -' 4 '•art*

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