Beaver County Republican. (Gray, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 48, Ed. 1 Friday, December 15, 1916 Page: 4 of 4
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rtAKVKY W. KILL.
Ldivur and P*oyrif*tor.
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY.
Ty-* L-LLLIBL ■
Subscription $1 per Year.
Entered as second-class mail
uwtt^r Feb, 28, 1912. at the post-
offico at Gray, Ok!*., under th*
Act of March 3. 1879,
CHOICE ¥A RMS.
We have two good farms
bear Gray and one a mile
and a half south of Boyd for
*ale at a bargain.
Gray Real Estate Co.
4,<kw bundles of choice cant st 4
rente a bundle. Also a good driving
horse and a lew good shouts.
11-514 Albert KnsuM.
-I aIu prepared to do your luthinp*
^WtoriiiK and flue building in a room
satisfactory manner. Leave orders a
Iht K* publican office
A Fine Piano
V'nr sal* or trade for stock. Inquire
%\ the Gray fi^rber Shop. 12-8-4p
A road supervisor for the Gray dis-
trict. For information see
J. W. Ferguson.
From Jerk Cromwell on Sundav night
Nov. Jfr'h. 19J6, brown mare about li
years rid: had on halter Notify P. M.
Buuli, Gray, Okla.
If you have any paper bunging jou
Want done in the next thirty days
leave orders at the phore office in
Gray. Frank Blake.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior,
U 9 Land Qttice t Gutbrit, Okla.
Dec. 4, 1916.
Notice u hereby given lb at Clarence
Poweil of Haiko, Ok la., who on Jan.
6, lylu, ins.la hom.m, a entiy No
U9842 lor southwest quarter section 36,
township 2 north of rung.- 22, E. C. M
has tiled notice of intention to make
finul Ave year proof to establish claim
to tha I ti id above describeiJ, btlore
Thom** P. Braidwood, a U S. loin
n>i««im r. st Beaver, Okla., on th«
];th rt^v >-f Ianuary, 1917.
^Litnai.t a* witnesses:
IMapas hoiiand, K. 8. Lawton, A.
J, sbockley, Mescber III too, all at
J. Y Callahan, Register.
first p'limshed Dec. 8. 1916.
Una respected group of physician*
reports the discovery of the bacillus
of infantile puralysls In the Intestine*,
wlille nnother locute* It In the throat
and nostrils, and especially associated
with adenoid growths. Is tt necessary
to issume that thes* reports are con-
flicting Y The bacillus may have a
wider rnnpe than was suppoaed, or
may be cupnMe of adaption to dlffec
Wbeu one of the armies In Europe
la compelled to fall back from, at
tack It Is called a strategical retreat
But when the enemy forces are forced
back uuder similar circumstance* It
la termed a glorious victory. A whole
situation can thus be changed by the
Judicious placing of terms.
The American dollar la now outrank-
ing tha English pound. And It Is do
ing more real work lu the world, es-
pecially In the way of relieving world
misery. For It Is principally the mucb-
mallgnwt Auierlcnn dollar which ta
keeping sufferlug Europe from star
The open hr«t In s«l>n urine war*
fare Is becoming an open question.
Whatever elm? may be said of the
times, nobody o*n complalo of their
The war lu going to make a lo* of
husbnnds more nmeuabl* to dlaclplln*
when they get home I
The American girl hasn't much um
for the kitchen but *he can occasion- i
ally be found at church.
The man who marries for mono? Is
a mutt If It happens that the money
belongs to her old man.
The old proverb, "Wave for a rainy
day," should be modernized to read,
"Save for war prosperity."
The price of getting ready now to
ralxe vegetables lu your back yard
next year bus not advanced.
The sklpiwr who can't see subma-
rine* anywhere nowadays should be
haled before the Inspector* for a vision
Another need is something to feed (
an automobile engine so that It won't ;
pick out a rallroud crossing as * place
Women In the game for the first Ume
*re going to find that for fun and
furore politics has dog shows beaten
Nor Is It worth while to try to use
one of those federal reserve counter-
fell >10 bills as n tip to the chauffeur.
He's sure to be wise.
Just Arrived a Car Load of
Choice up-to-date Furniture
That She Can Use the Year
Plainview Hdw. Co.
According to Petrngrod, Oermnn
aviators ure dropping poisoned candy
nnd garlic. Sometimes frlghtfuines*
grows positively funny.
The wise girl Isn't the one who com-
plains because she doesn't get a mnu's
pay. She quietly applies the remedy
by marrylug one of them.
The value of automobile exports tn-
ereased <>07.700.000 for the year ending
June 30. but In the rush and flurry of
traffic they ere not much missed.
A great tuss is making over the ffeci
that the professor of experimental veg-
etable growing lu the State College of
Pennsylvania grafted a tomato vine
on ii potato vine, and sueceeded in
raising 11 matured tomatoes above
ground mid us many tine potatoes be-
low. Hut such two-story crops have
been pr<Hlttced many times before, and
while Interesting they are no longer
Aid was summoned to a disabled
launch adrift In the Pacific by waving
a sport ihlrt, which Indicates that
everything lu the world has Its use.
The Place to do Business
We are now receiving man>
ir quiries about iMid from pros-
pective buyers, so if you want
to sell your land jou better liFt
it with us. We are also apents
for the Renfrew Investment Co.
one of the best companies doine
business in Oklahoma. Come in
and learn all about our proposi-
tion before you negotiate a loan.
Gray Real E .tate Co,
They ssy u dollar won't buy as much
food today as In.the olden days, Hut
It will buy the same number of chips
In any well-reguluted poker game.
Steam heat unfortunntely Is kinder
to the pneumococcus thnn to the hu-
man scalp. Otherwise the pneumacoc-
cus and not the Imlr would dry up.
More armored traetors or tanks are
being shipped from this side to the
British on the front to help in the grim
harvest blood and death are reaping
on the battlefield. Their Invention In
the interests of peaceful pursuits nev- vOIKipiCtC vJcUTci^C*
er Included in its object this sangui-
nary use. yet It bas turned out the
most effective wur weapon devised.
It Is sntd thnt teaching a child to
sing will cure It of stuttering. In a
good many cases It would be neces-
sary to And s way to cure It of sing-
Italy has refused to extradite ■ man
suspected In this country «f murder.
Hut we should have no quarrel with'
that. It would be quite a satisfactory
arrangement If Italy would agree to
keep all her murderers, potential and
actual, at home.
The prediction Is made that this
will be a mild winter. It Is to be
hoped so In the Interest of the sur-
vival of the main portion of the pop-
Honest citizens who have tried vain-
ly to cash a perfectly good check In
their home neighborhoods wonder how
it Is that * professional crook can get
$10,000 on a forged mortgage.
French farmers complain that rab-
bits have been destroying the crops;
but with meat at war prices a plenti-
tude of rabbits ought to supply mlpity
The wife who Is real smart will
break the news of the price of the hat
she wants to the old man just as he
bus liulahed his eighth piece of fried
We have enlarged
, Garage t nd 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
Bweet potatoes nre snld to he com-
paratively cheap, hnt they probably
won't stay thnt way long after the
plain people try to take advantage of
such a condition.
The regular pay of the Preneh *ol-
M*r Is fV.tSO a month. And French
soldiers are being urged to buy gov-
ernment bonds with their spare cusht
Why not a revival of the old-fash-
ioned snuff box? Some of us who
must rely upon natural causes are
scarcely able to sneeze more thau
7,000 times a day.
Hawaiian music Is said to be on the
wane. But there are a few people
who still believe their musical edu-
eutlon Is not complete without It
Th* various appeals from various
purees for the United States to try
to mediate between the belligerent*
!n Kurope are not apt to fall upon
r^spouatve ears. Just now we hav*
trouble* of our own.
Wow that automobile* are being sold
(C th* installment plan, no hurried
feousehoiuir knows when he will stum-
his over a new illvver In th* dim hall*
w*J of his humbl* home.
If s man wants to know where all
tM money he gives his wife gves to,
!«i him hie himself to the grocery
ftpre and t uy a pound of buttor and
* dc-ro frv*h eggs.
The Society of Automobile Engi-
neers hus decided ou uniform nnmes
for automobile parts, and the suffering
public has decided on uniform numee
for some kinds of chnuffeura
The Toledo Blade makes a convinc-
ing assertion when It observes that
an advunce In the price of cigars will
do more to diminish smoking thnn all
the anti-tobacco cranks In the world.
The main difference between the au-
tumnal discomfort* of an o|M«n auto-
mobile and an open street car Is that
In one case the weather Is to blame
and In the other It's the street car
Another thing needed Is asbestos
beddlug for the gentleman who alu>
ply must have a tlnal cigarette after
retiring for the night.
Bichloride of mercury seems to b* a
a ere drug In the market.
New styles la moneys are coming.
Still, plenty of. the old will da
Bunting big gnme will be awfutl*
tatue sport In Kurope after the war.
Now that It la getting cooler the
flrls enn store their furs for the win-
By syncopating what's left of syn-
copated music U would soon be about
One singular characteristic of these
Insane murderers Is their enormous
egotism that drives them to Judge the
universe and to administer punish-
ment according to the durknesa In
their own hearts.
"Would you rather be cremated or
buried'/" asks a magazine writer. No.
If a nan has * soul full of the right
act 9f spirit, the kind that I* Of dl-
THie origin, It doesn't matter uucb>
whether he Is knock'kneed or bow-
A* wnr correspondent who hssnt
at least one trip in an aer*-
OU^e I* not qualified to write what I*
"corkUm magNKlne stuff."
9fMe« 1* aald to have suspended
jty-fficuts besatiae of a sbortago of
That is Um outual catu*
When a young father enn get np dur-
ing the night and walk his offspring
IB minutes without wanting to drench
It with paregoric or laudanum It Is a
sign that he has In him the makings
of * good family man.
An eastern life Insurance expert
say*: "Of every *1.ti00 «vhlcli men
leave st death to thetr families XIWH
Is gone In seven years." However the
widow w4io enn live seven years on
$000 Is doing something nowadays.
The sport shirt would also Indicate
that the d.vestuff shortage has been ex-
Life may still be worth living, even
If you don't knou how to dance the
Loaves uf bread have l>een cut down
In slse in San Kraiu iscu. Appctlti!* re-
main as large as even
The report that the Ten Command-
ments are to be uitMlltieil will l>e pleu*>
ant news to some persona.
And when the children's eptdemlr
la over will we know any mure about
It than we did before?
The word "obey" Is to be retained
In the mnrrlage ritual. In all the dis-
cushions, tt Is mostly the alMut-to-be-
married who have opinions oil the sub-
ject. Mil riled folk know better than
to bother They dual with condltf' o«.
Dancing Is said to be ■ cure for *U
life's Ills. But It's a ooor corn cur*
when Uie floor 1* crowdev
New dimes huve been put In ctrcu
latlon. but In this era of high price*
what cbanc" baa * dime?
No man may bou it of txls cfllelaaty
when It ruins If boiii hi s raincoats am.
ul th* oth«;r eud of the UAfc.
It Is to he said In favor of the cur-
reat fashions that men are beglnaisg
tovund*rsuad "oui*a frUw- .
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Dr, W. y. RhSncs. P. Hrickley, H. C Jones, *
1 President. k/hc-Pres. Cashier r
I The Firsi State Bank, J
I GRAY, OKLAHOMA. j
| Deposits Guaranteed.
1 This Bank stands ready to serve |
| its Patrons i n tvery way* Come f.
1 in and talk with us about your l
§ sales and farm loans. ;
i Interest Paid on Time Deposits. ?
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MAKE FINAL PROOF BEFORE
THOMAS P. BRAIDWOOD,
U. S. Commissioner.
Have Your Abstracting Done £ '
Braidwood & Son,
Beaver - Okla.
I BANKING BY MAIL If
Is a Very Simple Matter.
Col. F. O. Stevens,
Public Farm Sales
I will cell your saies and guarantee
satisfaction. High prices and quick
sales is my motto. Seven years ex
perience in the en!e buainet*. For
utniB and oaten call on or phoni me at
I'db btavei, Okla. II 3-3o.p
J. F. Lundstrom,
Cent mental Insurance
Cash Capital $10,000,000X0
Farm lnturancc a Specialty.
Will meke (i t,ihv teirilorv every
i* wnks. nite me
Life with W out of too people Is Just
oo* movie after another.
To open an Account, send your name and addresi
tfith your first deposit. The money may be sent by refir-|
istered mail, postoffice money order, draft or bv check onj
any bank. As soon as your, first deposit , is received th*j
bank will send you a receipt and check book. It will also
aend you a signature card which you will cign and return.L
You can withdraw your money by mail just 89 easily as®
though you visited the bank. All that is necessary is. to
forward the bank a check and the money can be ^ent youj
by registered mail or we will send you a bank dr&it*
j Citizens State Bank J
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™ And Onr Paper AI1 One Year -
THIS IS A REAL BA <iAiN
Nothing seema Impossible to moderq
Warfare, except horse sense.
This worlil neeila to grow two blade*
of wheat where oul> one grew be-
Tbo man who doesn't know when he
Is mukluf * fool of himself 1* some
Cider Is taking the place of wine In
Paris, anil this, to our notion. Is an
Paris aaya that American fashion*
•re immodest. Purls Is evidently get-
ACT QUICKLY t
8*mI as year wdar right isir,«|ktitt* *ur reprsratmtivs, koIIi^w
as whsa ia «*wb. If yw has* nmr •■hsenbed to our papw before d* k *r 1
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to saad la your renewal at *■*■ and get these four maguJns*. If vou «r« * .
•criher to ur of these lagsriai^ saa4 f*«r wawal *rder to «• an«l we «<U«st*r *
your aubseriptfoa far oas yew.
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