Beaver County Republican. (Gray, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 43, Ed. 1 Friday, November 10, 1916 Page: 1 of 4
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IJcauct Count ij HqmMirmt.
Vbf Hest Adv<
Me^um in rhe
/art of Beaver
CRAY, BEAVER COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY NOV. 10. 1916.
9**H P. Beans for ttrw mi I
(Ut fua leea.
Fted P. Jeat aad wife had to* ■!■•'
bvtone te fees Uair afant daagktoi
- Fw kowaat retoe aad beet et inm
" tbet (m IK« m
McLain 4 Will*.
Cecil tsygcr mbi In from Elk City
this morniag, la reapease to a atuu'.i
frcO Gray h, t a fek was awaidhg bltfa
hefre cr J 6ra accepted a po, Itton (a the
tint dUte fcanK.
J. It. Neefeld hfci aolt? the aoutkeaat
fait It df se+tioh M, township t, rang" i
W to datnuel A. Las* far a Ceoaldera-
ifoh of MOW.
-far. Hl**ihhettam, specialising in '
«f #ye, ®ar, fcooe aad threat. j
*tH M at tbe Liberal boepita) Tbere- j
Abf, Oct. lfc, and etery i weeks tiara- ,
dttor Phone frff.
-1 4m prepared to do year Istbiajra
plasforifcg aa# Ana belldhiK it a a t
latie factory dim oar. Leave orders at
tfk* R*peblteea offlaa.
Jaek Wilkineea. j
0. H. Cafney. L. Hopkins, L. L
Beartisley and W. L. Brardslsy ar.d f
families; of Forgan, en their way homo '
from a trip to OchiKret- font 8anday I
tut Scnday stopped ever bore for a
•hart visit with friends.
Lest danday (.bout K frlonia and
beighbors gathered at ths bene of
Kugene Foster aoithwcat of Gray aad
wsiaud him in uelebratiag bio 4Srd
birthday. Aa excellent diaaar was
larvad u.d ait greatly enjoyed tha oe-
THE PLACE TO BUY
Shoes, Dry Goods, Notions and Groceries
is where you can get the best 'for the Least Money. Remember we still handle the
BROWN SHOES, consisting ef the
White House Shoes for Men.
Maxine Shoes for Ladies,
Buster Brown Shoes for Children.
None better. Now about our line of DRY GOODS. We carry the best line we can
buy and we bought plenty before the raise. We Waul specially to call your attention
to otit lino or
OUTINGS AND BLANKETS.
fie sure and see them before buying. Always a complete line of GROERIES.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR PRODUCE.
Clarhe ftymell who baa reeided
hear tka Beaver river for about sO
years died al ku boste Tuesday, froai
the efftett of a paralatic atroka. Uis
surname ware laid ta rest in tbo Lib
oral cemetery. Ba was a aiao about
10 yam aid aad wail liked.
▲t • a'eloak p. m. on Tbaraday of
Vest week at tko hose of F. M. Allen
la Gate kia daughtsr, Misa Kdna Allen
«• « ited ia mirriagd to P. K. Gidiey.
Mr. Gidley ia ib«< ti etramodatinf and
sflciept nail carrier hvtweea bare aad
Dbeml. They wcrtky ooupla will
■MUa thmn haute at L*beral
Card of Thanks.
I haroby express my sincere tbarka!
to the 24 aitiaaua that ao (taoroaa!)
rawardad n« for giviag out the election
Mrs i B. Ward
T. W. WilUaati who kaa been eon-
daetiaff a barber abep bare baa Bold
eat and staved to Goodwell. Laat Sat-
srday eight whilh ka was engaged in
barkeriac hie frienda Nell Bergert
aad BUI Fatakewaky slipped inta hla
beak reoa and prepared a Iar«well
oyator aappor for biai. It wao a nest
agreeable aad kigkly appreciated ear-
A few days before oiectiea tko Re-
publieaaa bald a acotiag here atwbieb
there were eayeral apeakara, anoag
vkens waa J, L. Franaia, aa attorney
a# Oklahoaa City. Mr. Fraacia ia a
•Maker ef National repatatiea aad
dariag tha eaaipatgn spoke In tbo
large citiea ia verioaa part# of the
eeatb and east He la well posted aad
ic a fluest opeaker, aad ia Sia talk
bore preeentod the iaaaea af the cam-
paign ia a moat eeaviaelng manner.
Two Ckoico Land Bargains.
We bare aa exceptionally cheap
farm fiv« mi lea from Gray and a choicb
farm 4 milee from town. These bar'
gains will go quiek, ao if you want one
, of them you better get busy.
W. W. Otey took a lead ef broom
cora to Guymon for George Kottel'
W. B. MeLeia made a buaineaa trip
to Liberal the Srat of the week.
Mrs. Leonard Overton io qoito sick,
wMeh will probably result in appea-
Our aehoel new baa aa enrollment ef
Our Halloween eatei toinmeat waa a
great aacceaa, tha proceeda being u td
to purchase en orgen.
Willie Forbea took a load ef broom
corn to Liberal,
M. H. Shetwell made a trip to
Hart Apple took a lead ef wheat te
Liberal the flrat ef the week.
Tb« count) election roaultod in the
election of the following by the major
J. A. Spchn, county judge, It, ft.
C. F. Twyford, county att'y, * , U.
B. G. Brown, treaaurer, 1*7. D.
A. 8. Foater, county clerk, 88, D.
Jim Couch, sheriff, 121 R.
Frank Sekockley, assessor, 114, D.
tt. T. Ayers, superinteadont, 198, R.
C. C. DeGraw, 66. ft.
M. R. Smith, eurveyer, 266, II.
Commissioner, l*t diet., 94, D.
Commissioner 2nd diat., Emil, 140 I.
Com. 3rd diatrict 2 yotea to 1.
W. H, Springmeyer, Justice 8tb diet.
Oiek T, Morban reelected Cong., B.
The race on Proaideat io so elaaa it
if yet uaeertaia who ia elected.
Romblmgs Around In Texas
and Beaver Counties.
Many cropa have been cut aince the
freeae and aa tbere baa net been much
raia and wiud the? were not aamaged
aa ■ ucb aa waa flrat auppoaed.
We are grieved eery much to learn
of the severe eieknees ef our eld friend
Undo Dave Kettell.
J. D. Z. Munoey filled kis appoint-
ment at Nsw Hope the 4th Sunday
morairg, there being a good coagro-
Walter and Robert Dunn have gone | ratio" prMent *nd th* brethren con-
. Ulyseeao. Kansas, after a bunch of tln"'d to pay •" nd ™ i®ns.
.aal. 4 I.L_ r.- Th« WritfF IBBraristad tha (laa ••
eattle for John George
William Cale ia having a well put
down en the plaeo bo recently pur-
chased ef Jetham Wright.
—W® girs the best terms oc
Gray Real Estate Co,
We have been pioneers in
placing Food Stuffs before the
people and our initiative and
care have made our brands
Standards of Quality
A WORD ABOUT OUR NEW LINE OF
The oewext asd «oet up te date Waists out. Georgette
Crepe ac<* Crepe Dechine. Aloe have the Georgette
Crepe in the bolt We have a big supply of Wool Goods
aW a lot of Crop* Dechine Organdy and CLiffoo Collars
*ew <m Diaplay. Call in aad see
OUR BIG 5 RIBBON.
Tbe writer appreciated the fine ea
thueiaetie congre«atien at Gray Suu-
day night. The Progreaaive Christian
Church with Bular Duff aa pantor., la
doinjr excellent work at that plaeo.
The writer cloaed oat his work on
the Grand Val ey charge by holding
aerricca at Range tbe 6th Sunday,
spending two nigbta and a day with
H. L. Hborb and fami y and through
the courtesy of Biothor Shorb with
bia ear, viaitiag tbe homeo of Samuel
front, J. W. Mitchell and W. S.
Father 8horb aad wife aad W. 8.
Myera and famiiy took dinner with H.
L Shorb and family on Sunday.
I ohould have said that tbe Range
class paid its full asseasmeat for the
pastor and helped coaoiderakle on Mio-
Ere this roaches the preoe the writei
will be on the way to Colorado Springe
Bis city addroaa will ha 760 Baat
J. D. Z. Maaaoy.
Five Year Time
Saves Commissions Over
Long Time Loans.
We do the Inspecting.
H. C. Jones,
First State Bank, Gray, Old
The Place to do Business
We sre now receiving many
inquiries sbout Isnd from pros-
pective buyers, so if yon want
to sell your land jou better list
it with us. We sre also spents
for the Renfrew Investment Co.
one of the best companies doing
business in Oklahoma. Come in
and learn all about our Disposi-
tion before you negotiate a loan.
Gray Real E >tate Co,
From Vexai County, Okla.,
to Colorado Springs.
I left Grand Valley, Oet. f, through
the courtesy of Asa Boll I wao taken
to Guvmon in sn ante. 1 paaeed from
Dafhart te laymen early in Sept. and
in retaraing I iound that the crops hsd
developed beyond m most sanguine
exp^ctatione. Much of the territory
between R«dford and Dalbart oonsieta
of great cattle ranekea, but in the
very tn<dat of thii waa a large flold of
eowh cane, ft bad folly manured and
bad h*en cat with a a*lf b'nder and the
ahocks Were hir^dr than n man'eh^Ad
failed to eatcfa tbe rail. So ( fafl aad
rolled ever oa the hard eteae pevemeeS
Through the attoecieo af a kind eoa-
ductor, whom I knew aad the crowd f
*aa sated from a brekea limb. A*d-
dsnt and evil betMo thu life paaaen^ei*
all the way, while Get's band is aaS
alwaya aeen, yet ssmetitteelt ie re*
yesled in the takeas o# s frtefcd s#
I skwld hava told yea nf the fakbll
Csr Monntalna, Hear Chytei. They
ktan<t alone on the rolling prairie ea4
resemble the kaed atd oafi of a rsbbU,
I #as reminded however, mf ,.a otil
hound dog we had dewa is Georgia,
(Jre ear was ao much Uffft than tk«*
in* drouth belongs onlv the wpet,
whefe the erope get sn easy breath
dnriar the cool nights. It ia largely
ca*tie and aheep tanthea from Dalhurt
to Texline. Abound T^xHae and Clay-
ton the cr9t>s developed into good 6n«>
for sueh a drv yoar. How surprisingly
well baa all this Country done. We
were told aeveral yoara a*" that grain
would not head hare. The warm poe-
try of the weat is contradicting the
cold prose of the eaat
What an opportunity Dalhart haa.
but it la whiskey aoakod, ragged and
miaersblc in pierce, the erfeft af the
open aalooa. Dea Moinea la a pretty
good weatern town, rather a bttatlinp
burg. Clayton homo with activity and
buainaas. I took aa auto from Dai
hart to tbla place where I bought, for
my Coloi ado atore aoma beana. Tblr
ia the home of Mexican beana. The
fearful price of thia ataple ia not
wholly due to lack of production, bu
to the scheming of middle men. High,
I should nave ss.d highest, pricee ef
■early everything, ia doe ia part to
lack of production and the intensity of
the groat wars, and also to tbe advan-
tagea which powerfal ecmbinationa
take ef the oirenmataacea ef the day.
Will peeple ever ceaae to da ethers
before they are done or will they da aa
the Perfect Oae said, "Do aata atberi
aa yon would them to de ante youT'r
la tbe final analysia, ia it leaa mnrder
to storve women and children to death
than to kill men with sword and gun?
Reader, study the pbyselopkv of un
thought. Uow unseen, at ten time a, ia
both tbe hand of evU and *ood.
In mak ng the train nt Clayton 1
trade for liv#
all ia (alaalar.
-Por sale or
stock a pool h
W. W. HsywaH,
Bnd temper ta aomettmes merely a
symptom of bad health.
True patriotlam ta not always tndV-
cated by lungs, but bankeriag lor oS
Voluntary universal oervlce would
aoeoeed about aa wail aa would volun-
Bi&ctene) conatao chiefly In eom
pelting uuwuU te do tiuuga one doeau't
L, R. MARTIN. C. T. LEATHERMAN.
HORSES and MULES
From 4 te 8 yean old. Male* te be 13 hand, and 3. incbe*
kigh and o er. Hone* 4 te 8 yearn old and weigh 13K>
pounds and up.
MARTIN & LEATHERMAN,
Geo. Leatherman, Phone 1E7, L. 9. Gray, Okla.
GEO. R. RAGSDALE
GRAY, . . - OKLA
—For sale or trade for live
«tock a pool hall in Glatier,
Texas. Write owner.
W. W. Hayward,
We have enlarged our
Garage and have a special
work shop and accessory de-
partment and carry a Com-
plete line of
Ford Repairs, Case-
ments & Tubes,
We have installed an electric
light plant aad are ready to
charge your storage- batteries
Shaokltiion ought to be sattefted.
now. He performed an ahnoat Impae-
slble (oat to gottlng back to safety
Borrow Is tbe spirit to gloom, bet It
oan Uirow a nobler light upon woman's
°heraet« , Uutn frivolity er«r dU.
Tbe government may be, an la m-
aertod by the treaenry deportment,
losing >320,000,0'X la taeome Wax
fxaada, bat that probably tan t a mark
er to tbe total of othmr tax frauds that
are betag ancoeeafulty palled of ta
>*owa pans of the rountrv.
The Planview Hardware Co.
Investigation will prove to you that
I have the beat proposition in the
eeunty. In fact I bave aeveral props
aitleaa. Bee or write me.
H. P. Evans,
Gray, - - Okla.
Col. F. O. Stevens,
Public Farm Sales
1 will call yoar sales aad gaarantee
satisfaction. H)gb prices and quick
sales ia my motto. Seven years sx-
parte nee in tbe sale bariasss. For
terns aad dates call oo or phone me at
llf Beaver, Okla U-ft-top
We carry U. S. and Firestone,
which are standard die
Our Line of
Builders Hardware and Faints.
is complete, Don't fail to figure with,
us before you buy.
ftesrly one aide of his head. One ear
•f tbi.i ston* tud dirt fablit to muo
larger than the ether, fbl* |« ja keep>
iar with variety. Tkars ate not tw#
tlinp* exactly fclike ia all «ed's vac
In reaching Calera^ 0fftaga w#
ware wekomad by breetca as balmy
as ths hteath of OLla. acd but Uttl*
snow lingering sh6ut the prak of
lofty m< untaius. It is *Hn« like
It«lian cllniste In r Swlta^rlttnd ease,
We saw dandtlne* iu 1.I00O bere a#
tbe foot of Pike's **>rak Ncv. It
i. D. 2. klaaeey.
Smiley galllvan eatut in from Feast
Okla.. nad ie now haelib/ wbeat hf
h j SbolloLharger wesap from Big'
gma lately to visit bia another Mra. M,
A. >thelteabarg*r and aistors Meadaoto#
William Geetrs and Frvik Neill
Some one forgot themselves last
week and let an gat tbe Rep SI Usee
for tbe Ant time In eight weeks,
Joe Bryaoa sad J*ha George waa*
dewa looking at tattle that Frea*
Neill pastured for Br rsoa this «ma r.
Madam Rumor says that lam Mane,
an early aettier uf Una eeantry baS
now Of Galifornto, baa marrtod,-
Sara's eld friends sappoood blm
dyed ia the wool baUholer hat ax tea#
Plainview Hdw. Ca
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Hill, Harvey W. Beaver County Republican. (Gray, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 43, Ed. 1 Friday, November 10, 1916, newspaper, November 10, 1916; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc158324/m1/1/: accessed November 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.