Beaver County Republican. (Gray, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 38, Ed. 1 Friday, October 8, 1915 Page: 1 of 4
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vhe Best A«hcvtis ng
podium iii the Best
x*ari of Beaver County
Genuine Prosperit f
Republican in Politic*
GRAY, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA FRIDAY OCT. 8 I I5.
SATURDAY, NOV. 8. IS THE BIG TRADE DAY AT GRAY. COME IN AND HAVE A GOOD TIME.
The Gray Real Estate Co.
can sell vour farm.
Gjeorjje R. Rajj.dalo and wife trar.j
acw.i bustneas and visited with frier.Ja
at Liberal the first of the week.
Qeerge Nickels, of California, is here
visiting with the family of hie sinter,
Mrs. Fred tfehl.
Little Avis Gum while playing on
vVednetiday afternoon fell and severely
sprained her right arm.
Everett Isley has moved to Forgan
vpherc he has accepted a position in C.
l£. Tody's grocery store.
— For. aaie cheap, iron folding bed,
good as new.
Mrs, W. H. Rhodes.
— Plenty of money to loan in Ochil-
tree county, Texas, and Beaver county
ykla., McLain & Willis.
— Wu- arc itguin located in Gray with
our photo car ready to make those
photos for you. Witrd Br06.
Milton Ft, Todd will finish work on
the addition to the schoolhouso this
.veek and school will commence next
El lor Wrn. M. LeMav ard wife who
hjpd just closed a revival here, left on
Uu ?^d y for their homy at Las Crtices,
New Me*ic >
— Dr. Hi5.erirb0tl.am, practice limited
to d""'sc* of tl^e pw ear, none an
throat. is at his oflire in Liberal Satur-
day #*ch week.
Mr . E. T. Peck and two children,
of PertonvHK Arkansas. sra here
visiting wi*h the family of h?r sister
Mva. Cl'"^e Pirki.
IV. W. ti. Rhodes reports the ar-
rival of r still bflrn hr v at the howe of
(^r T, Heltrr* • nd a nM (<> Mrs. J. H.
3foon on the flth of Oct.
A en. s Roatty, of the B'n
tyo nd ha' '•"oeiv'd th"
•«*d uewa'of the death of her fstber in
Aflke OtttVk Colorado, on Sept.. 22nd.
Hop. Diek T. Wrrjrsn was apleas<«n«
tffffkqr roorn'rur. Hn '« m*l<"
'•Wf n four of hi* disfr:et fo'* th" pyr-
of renewing acquaintance rr>d
Jefarpinrr the w.?r ta ard desires of the
fteub+n Sprinfratein. of the Bi'ko
oein'hborhood, has left, at thic office
a ^focttr.pn of the finest kafir corn we
h^vfseenlhis saison. The h^nd* arp
Wrinches lonf* and measure 8 inches
Poy Ravf-nseroft and fsmilv left nn
Tuesday for a visit with friends and
r^frityea at Goltry and a trip to the
eastern markets to purchase their
wjn^er stock of poods. During their
alMenco-the Gray Mercantile is under
the efficient management of Carl R
Robertson and Clyde Parks.
fn tin emiersn^ wagon passing
it\roug;h here Wednesday on their way
to New Mexico was tin old ladv that
h*d been taken sick a tew dafs before
and when reaching here was in too
/e^bfe a condition to proceed further in
thp wagon. John L. Juat, took the
lady and her husband to Guvmon in
his car where they took the train for
1 am LOCATED at Gray as Agent for
the OKLAHOMA NATIONAL LIFE
INSURANCE CO., of Oklahoma City.
M^st of you know me personally as one
of the .old settlers of this country. If
o,g i r'« figuring on some Life insur-
ance, or want to investigate it see me.
I *111 explain it to you and tell you the
PULL AND kxait TRUTH about it whether
I write you a policy or not.
H. P. Evans,
At the meeting of the county com-
missioners this week B. F. fabaw, of
beaver City was awarded the contract
fo^lhe erection of the buildings upon
the poor farm und Howard Richeson,
living southwest of Gray, was ap-
pointed Superintendent of the poor
farm. This appointment is a good one
as Howard is a good uian foi the posi-
ticiv competent in every particular and
far superior in the elements that go to
make up a gentleman ard loyal, re-
•pected citizen to the individual whose
appointment was fit at contemplated.
The Shattuck Monitor says that Ora
Smith, of Beaver county, a son of Tom
Smith and a solid an<l substantial friend
of this print shop, wh,m we have
List your farm with
Gray Real Estate Co.
H. N. Lawson, John Savage and the
parties that are constructing the Beaver
railroad were here today looking over
The Beaver County Republican is
strictly in favor of the enforcement of
ltw and order but we are e en more
stronr l" in favor ef a court and set of
officers that will enforce the law in an
honest, fair, impartial manner. When
a juFtiee court and denoty sheriff were
first located at Gray they started off in
a fairly honor«b'e manner, buL as time
went on they became more ^nd mor®
narrow mindp\ prejudiced and over-
bearing until at present th^v a e sub-
jects rf Blurs Find ridicule by the
younger citizana and are ob1 ctj rf
contempt ->nd disgust by the older resi-
dents. and if thev had thrt least respect
for the ferlings of the good people of
this part of the country or the good of
the community thev would resign their
positions. It is now high t!me that
the business men of the town sat np
ynd took nntir^ <■* some of the nrn-
notivers of these officers and took steps
to see that if they can rot be mnde to
respect t.* e rights a^d fselinp's of cof>d
eit'zens tht v are romovod from offi
for th^v b^ve Mit'ived their davs of
useftihrtasa officia's. besides th'rgs
hivo reached a point when® few farm
ers cannot gather In a crowd vlth 1
few cltt2ens of fhe town to engage in 0
social visit without a nompous, egotis
tol, ove-bearlmr individual, clothed
with a littl* authority, invnHlnr the'r
ranks and telling thsm thev mi^t not
leugh or ta'k too lowd, neither c n :
rellgtms r*viral be- t-eld without th
san:e individual MJtMwr 'n en sowar-
ance with a big -evolve concealed
uv>nn his ners^n. nresumablv to vr "
vent trouble, when if trouble should
occur, nln- cbances to one it would be
owing ti his nr'*"nce. for be ^as be-
co>^ e a'most unbearable to ne^r'v «')
of our citizens, and the time has come
Wher will ha^e to b^ done
in ibis matter. A ^eputv sheriff is a
pointe^ t>y the sheriff snd i« under his
•*m *rvi*?o«'' *<>d~ inadruct>oas nod
Tohnnie M Jon^s Avpr "gsln waflt
tt>«* simnort of tb n* onle of this vi
cinity he will remove the present den
utv in this neighborhood fr >m office
for things have reached a pretty pass
when farmers cannot visit with citi
zens on the street withont being in
suited by a self conceited officer.
A Remarkable Rerival.
Moodav nisrht a revivt:! that was
most remarkable one was brought to
r'oae. The meeting were conducted by
Rev. Wm. M. L*May. a Christian
Evangelist of marked ability, ssa'sted
by Rev. J. W. Duff, and the result was
111 additions to the churcn. At
first to the average person this mav
not at. first glnnce look like a very
large number, but when it is under-
stood that 9 months ago the Christian
Church was not even organized in thii
community and that when these meet
ngs started about four weeks ago the
membership comprised only 11 m^m
bers, it will be seen that the incr'.'pie
In membership is almost phenominar
While LeMay did a great work here
and accomplished results that probably
could not have been accomplished bv
any one else, there is another that
also deserves great credit for this won
derful religious harvest and that is
Rey. J". W. Duff. He was the fore-
runner, pavod the way and made it
possible for Elder LeMay to come here
and a^complifh these results. Last
December be came hers stranger and
held a mealing in the school house and
asked for all of those present that de-
sired him te hold a series of meetings
to hold up tbeir bard, but not a hand
was raised. This did not discourage
him and bv went away, returning the
first of the year, with the milt that
he held a series of succee3tul meetings,
formed a church organization with
11 members and with thl small bund
they all went to work and succeeded in
erecting a fine church edtfict, which
they dedicated last Sundav.
List your property with the
Gray Heal Estate Co.
Coming to the Front.
Reiij.! ur.ly P": king Gray is com.Bfc
to the front." Th protracted meetings
just cloied, which was held by tlu-
Evanreliat Wm. M. LeMay
ofFi .d, Eider J. W. Dufi.
the christian Church and Clyde Parks
who did such splendid work during tbe
wesk as song 1- h. i-r, is worthy of tJ t
very highest compliments. This little
band of Christians by planning and
■jt'tematie work, with the leadersWd
of Eld. r Wm. LeMay, guided by Oo^s
iun of salvation hare accomplished u: -
rd of results. With a membership
of but 11 it hss be n i:.creased to 122
v/ljjcfc gives a 1000 per cent increase,
Thia c iurch v. aa established by the
labors of EiJer J. W. Duff in January,
1915, about 7 months ago. It has met
all the discouragements and obatac! '
and has mp.de this wonderful grov/m.
Before the mooting closed last January
a church huilding we3 planned and <
Oct. 3rd the beautiful and substantial
church on the west aide of the town
fun listed complete with factory p w?,
pulpit; cerpet and baptistry, was dep.-
ca'^d cle: r of debt. We needed $800
to clear the house or about $1000 to
■ ear it and pay the expenses of the
meeting. This amount was raised W d
enough more to furnish the howe wirb
a trcod stjve.
We hereby desire to express the
gratitude of oar hearts to. thf business
men of Grtv end all others who have
come to our assistance, at this time
most needed snd helped us ereet this
splendid building, which is r.ow dedi-
cated to the Lord frep of debt and Is
erf-.inly an honor to the town and
tnrst commendable to its citizenship
and may we ever say. Come, let us go
up to the houso of the Lord and prai?^
Him ever more for His goodness and
mercy endureth for ever. Amen.
J. W. Duff.
Report of the Condition
First State Bank
Ok la., at the close
aud w:f Gray
Pastor of I . c . no
business on Sept. 28, 1915.
We Want you to Send for a Sample of
Loans and Discounts.
Ovurdr 't , aacurod and unMCurrd
Furniture and Fixtures
Due frara Banks. i_...
Checks and Other Cash Iterui
Cash in Bank _... „
Capital Stock Paid In
Surplus Fund ...
UoUividwl Prolits. less Exp.i. os
Individual Deposits. Subject to Check 46.M4.17
Time Certificates of Deeosit
Cashier's Checks Outstanding
Liabilities, other than those above stated.
Suspense and Overdrafts
Drop a line to the mill and be con*
vinced ^hat th's is the best flour you cart
get. W e
iuarantee satisfaction ancS
STATE OKLA.) rv
, caver Ccuntjr. )
I. vl>'. H. Shurer, Canhlw of the a hove wun>>d
Bank, do H^'rnaily iwnr tiiat the r'wive atnt.-
m«nt i* true to Cv> h <t <*f my knmvledc* and
belief, ao help ma God.
W, H. Shark*. Caahier.
Subecrlbed and aworn tn fceforw me thia 8th
day of • 'nt 1915. Ilarvey ill,
[SEAL.] Notary Public.
Mr commicaian expifcu Deo. U, 1917.
N. E. Nance.
i. A. Davta.
W. H. Sharer
Blue Mound School Notes. \
The Blue Mound school opened Sept.
20th. Up to date the teachers and en-
rollment are as follows: Advanced
room, Mr. Warlick, 9 pupils; Interme-
diate, Mrs. Warlick, 20 pupils; primary
Agnes Reatty, 48 pupils.
Tbe advanced room und intermediate
alternate on some studies.
The Association met and elected the
officers for the lirst semeBier as fol-
lows: Agnes btatty, president; Mr.
W&riick, secretary, eoach and manafer
for boyd basket ball and Maryon Or-
gan, captain.- For the girl3 team Ag-
nes tieatty, manager; Mr. Watliek.
couch; Elsie IIuil, captain.
Robert Anderton was a visitor in the
primary room and Mrs, Arost in the
Mr. Warlick senior acted as mail
carrier for Blue Mound on Monday.
William Carr was employed as jani-
tor for the school year.
Harvey Nelson returned from Shaw*
net where he had intended to goto|
school, end will resume his atudiea at
EJlsk* and Ernest Hull have enrolled
as tution scholars for the year.
Will give 30 lbs of flour and 10*
lbs of feed for wheat.
, | |, -
Joseph Bradley of Gray will give you1
,a sample of this flour and'if is not good
you don't have to pay for it. Use CoxV
Flour, the Flour that saves and satisfiesr-
—Thorough advertising is what Amis i us. Headquarters at Beaver County
land buyers. We are making arrange- Republican office.
Gray Real Estate Company.
ments to do extensive advt rtisinjr in
various parts of the country therefore | The Beaver County fair will be held®
if you wnnt your land sold list it with I at Beaver City Oct. 14th, 16th and 16th.
We are in receipt of largest and most complete invoice of ^
The Latest Styles
Ever brought to this part of the country.
Buster Brown for boys and girls.
Maxine for Ladies.
White House for Gentlemen.
On Sunday. Oct l er 3rd, at 3:30 p.
m. at the i ..idonce ot Geo. R. R.t«s-
tcn^wn fiinqe he was u kid, was in town j dale in Gray, E. C. Ki«hr an'! Miss
^atprtjay en route to Arnett with Miss M try Brown w-ro quietiy married In
blanch Jirillhari, of Ochihree county, i the ori^- nce of a f ti friends . nd rela-
whfM they procured a marriage license fives, E!'W J. W. Duff, pastor of the
and,w«-te Joined in the holy bonds of ( hrifiian church < Ociating.
mutr^mo'jy^ ()r^ is one pf the splendid | Mr. Kight is a promising y >ung i
vt tojf,ir.ep of the oo.untry and is worthy ^hoo! teacher oi Boyd cc raunity antl Specialist Eye, Ear, Not# and
at jji^-prize flp has won. Mia3 Brill-! .Mrs. Kight is an acc mplishtd y> nn« '
btt^^tb« daughter of Mr. and Mrj ludy and ais<.> a sch'-' l ten-her of th .* I r roat.
8 <T. tbiifiltur'. of OrhWtree county, Doiphf Dftighborhond. Th"y arc both Masses fitted, Catarrh of nose ant 1
Te^wellknoWu and highly re-i employed to teach the schoolI 11 mi ins /.^h^eek'^InquUe SunsX" I
.D^tjed^s^le^and pld timH.si,'17*1# ' r'"uh of '' We w.^h (hem aucceas! t>mv, r< | „. \ ,,;nctt.,. I'tw *■■■
' THjllinpipHOti . Stostv at Ktorg^k,
While every part of our Mercantile Establishment is com "
plete we are now making a speicalty of SHOES.
Come in and shoe the whole family while stock is complete *
Dr. H. H. Wynne,
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