The Gate Valley Star (Gate, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 28, 1919 Page: 3 of 8
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Dr. C. E. Williams, Mgr.
RON-EYE OPTICAL CO.
Regular visits to Gate every eight weeks
glasses fitted correctly
Office: MIDLAND HOTEL
Next date Wednesday, Aug. 6
e. e. heady
PHYSICAN AND SURGEON
(Served in U. S. Army)
Call* An.wered D.y or Night
IN HAWORTH BUILDING GATE
South of Pottoffice .uama
PHONIC s No. 81 OKLAHOMA
O. O. MENDENHALL
Undkktakkr & Kmbai-mkk
"Call* Answered Day or Night'
Telephone No. 43
laundry agenc y
TAILOR MADE CLOTHES
L. P. HOLL1DAY, Prop.
F. H. Scnauner from his trip
to Wichita and Colo.
R. B. Rutherfort and family
visited their son George at
Dr. Nyland anoth<rone of the (
'"boysreturned" was in Gate one
day this week.
Sr/i money to loan on Beaver j
or Harper County lands.
E. I. Haworth.
If your going to get a cream
separator, get an Primrose.
Teddy and Merwyn agents.
Charles Kirkheart has sold his
interest in the I it tie Gem to
Bob Pierce who will run it in the
The editor owes us a write up
about his trip but not a word to
| that effect yet. Suppose he is to
Mr. and Mrs. Coy Morgan and
Chas. Townsend attended
Quarterly Meeting at View
For First Class Dray Service Call
AUTO TRUCK SERVICE
See us for all kinds of jobbing
"Always on the job"
Sure, we haul water
We Appreciate Your Patronage
Everything in High Grade
Your Patronage Appreciated
The Home Lbr. & Sup. Co
Gate, : t : s Okla.
Dr." H. H. WYNNE
107 W. Park. Oklahoma City
EYE. EAR, NOSE & THROAT
Tonsils & Adenoids Removed
Now in the Large
EYE and EAR HOSPITALS
of New York and Philadelphia
Gate, Saturday, Auguat 30
J. A. Hopkins and family were
busy the first of the week rnov-
into the Willcox residence in the
south part of town.
For Sale—Ford car with trac.
tor attachment. Just put in new
crank shaft, pit*tons and valves
I Priced right. 3 miles east of Gate.
Oren M. Davis.
Protect the naturally defective
eye of youth and you are repaid
with the strong eye in after life.
Dr. C. E. Williams at Midland
Hotel Wednesday Sept. 3rd.
Artie Cronk is one of the last
arrival from "over there" to be
seenon our streets. He is looking
well and hearty and it s^emsgood j
to have him among us again.
Mr. and Mrs. DeGro dt who
have been visiting with their
daughter and her husband E. 1.
Hay worth the past few days left
or their home at Sulphur the
iirst of the week.
Rev. Chas. Townsend will fill
the puipit at the Friends church
as their regular pastor Sunday
evening for the last time. The
vacancy will be fill next Sunday
by their new pastor Isasc C.
We learn that the veto of the
abolitionists will shortly fall
upon tobacco. The use of tobac-
co is not conducive to good heall h,
they say. At all events, this is
true of its abuse.
I We fear 4here is too ac-
curacy in this reasoning. The
abuse of tobacco is, unquestion-
j ably, harmful. It is even poiso-
j nous. And if the widespread use
of an article is a prelude to wide-
t spread overindulgence in it, the
j correct attitude of every dis-
| cerning citizen is beyond discus-
sion. The use of the article must
be entirely suppressed.
This newspaper wishes to de-
clare its position in noun -ertain
terms. Every influence that
threatens national health must be
abolished, and if tobacco is
harmful, tobacco must go.
So must the corset. Many
specialists in hygiene have
analysed the effect of the corset
on the female organs, aiui their
verdict is "thumbs down." This
newspaper hardly claims to be
an arbiter in a debate concerning
feminine costumes, but it claims,
at least, the merit of consistency.
If tobocco and corsets are en-
dangering public health, we de
mand a death sentence upon
them. Also upon the high-heeled
shoe. Also face-powder. The
medical profession has long ago
And these are only the begin-
ning of our list j but there is not
space in one editorial to tabulate
the whole. In succeding weeks
we hope to enumerate all the
things that must be abolished—
if the use of a thing and it
abuse are identical. The condem-
j ned items to be listed are multi-
tudinous, but if we live long
enough we hope to latalouge
the <ool heroism iind unflinching de-
votion with which the Salvation Ar-
my served them The Salvation Ar-
my wan re uly frvi'n for a world war
just as it always has boon leady
when earhquakes. plagues, great
ftros and other human catastrophes
caused the cry for aid to echo to its
In Italy, when thousands of refu-
gees fled before the Invading llun.
the Salvation Army was ihere ready
to hel^ So II was in.Serbia. It
is In Russia where even th « Red Ter-
ror and Ro'i )> > is'ii failed to daunt
the Salvation Army. Reinforcements
wgje sent from Loudan to the Sal-
*57ion Army —
Russia at the time of the first rev-
olution. Now there are seventeen
Salvation Army headquarters in thai
land of chaos an well as tralnin!
schools for officers, slum station i
homes for refugee women and chil-
dren and shelters for the aged.
In China, the work of the Salva-
tion Army, which began only a few
years ago. la now well advanced.
There are a doien Salvation Army
corps In China, a girl's industrial
home, a training school for officers,
and a prii. ng press from which is
issued the Chinese copy of the "War
Sal- in indhi outside of the work of f>
The reason a man gets mad
when he takes his wife out for a
walk on a hot Sunday and dis-
covers that when she gets be-
tween him and the sun he can see
that mole on her leg is because
she isn't some other man's wife.
Give you more miles for your money than
any other white tire on the maiket
GUARANTEED FOR 4000 MILES
30 x 3 $13.90
30 x 3'A $16.90
32 x 3J4 $20.90
We Make Our Guarantee Good
We also carry in this department a complete stock of
Inner Tubes, Patches and Spark Plugs
"The Quality Corner"
You are seriously urged to lay in a z
supply of coal NOW—there are greater |
chances for shortage, by all odds, this :
coming winter than there was last ;
IF YOU DON'T 2
HAVE COAL NEXT WINTER
dougan drug store
Wall Paper and Varnuhe*
School Tablet* and PenciU
Mrs. A. L. DOUGAN, Prop.
G. G. WTillcox moved a truck
load of household effects to
Protection Tuesday where the
family will make their home after
Sept. 5. Untill that time they
will visit with her sister Mrs.
A. J. Stevens.
Advertise in the "STAIl."
it will be your fault
PETER MILLER 1'
JEWELER A OPTICIAN
Complete stock of
fzwii Sen(1 your work by p Po8t
i <«x*j Correct repairs, low prices
and prompt return
Santa Fe Watch Inspector
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
•1th LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as U ey
cannot reucli the •^l of 1 greasy
r'ntiirrh is a local disease, (ireaio •
fluenced by constitutional
In-order to cure It you must take an
Internal remedy. Halls LaiarrhMedl-
clr.e Is taken Internally and actr thru
the blood on the mucous surfacss of the
system Hall's Cutarrh Medicine was
prescribed by one of the best physlclana
In this country for years. It Is com
posed of some of the best tonics known,
combined with some of the best bliood
nurlflers. The perfect combination of
the Ingredients In Hull's Catarrh li<edl-
clne Is what products such wonderful
results In catarrhal conditions. Send for
K * J "c H FJs'K Y*"* CO.. Props., Toledo, O.
ftiuTiwv Si. for con.Mp.uoa,
I MANKIN'S ECZEMA REMEDY
! Stops Itching First Application, and Cures
worst cases ol Eczema, Itch, Barbers
Itch, Ringworm, 7 oe Itch, Sweaty, Gal lad
or Bad Smelling Feet. Price $100.
Manlrin'a Hair Tonic and
Absolutely removes Dandruff and atop*
Felling Hair; also stops Itching first
application. Price $1.00.
Manlcin'e Healing Salve
Wil! cere Coils In on night. Cure* any
Kind ot Old Sore. Has no equal lor
Piles. Price 50 cent*.
u these Remedies fall to do what we
claira ior thom your druggist wiU gladly
reiand your money.
MANKIN'S REMEDY Col
Oklahoma City, Okla.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUG STORES
Be Eye Wise. Have your eyes
examined today and see better
tomarrow. Dr. C. E. Williams at
Midland Hotel Wednesday,Sept.
WORLD WIDE SERVICE
OF SALVATION ARMY
j Salvation Preached In Forty
The Salvation Army covers the
world Wherever the cry of dis-
tressed humanity iB heard, it ans-
wers. "We are here." It has planted
the cross in heathen soil, and has
fought for all people on the globe
the battles against disease, crimo,
misery, and want.
Already 9.698 corps and posts or
the Salvation Army are established
in sixty countries and colonies. Its
workers are preaching salvation in
forty tongues People of seventy one
different nationalities Berve in its
ranks. It has 1.191 social institu-
tions, 60fi day schools and lb,f>l
officers and cadets, and every year
the Salvation Army finds ita world
From the moment the first guns of
the world war sounded across Eu
rope, the Salvation Army was on the
battlefields Germans entering Bel
glum found the Salvationists thero.
At Marchienees, two women officers
were si/ed as hostages When they
were released a day or o later their
flrst act was to open a shelter for
families whose houses the Invaders
had destroyed So It went from tho.e
rarly days of the great struggle un
\\i tttf bovs of Pershing's army ral*
Place Your Order Now j
"TRADE WHERE THE FARMERS TRADE" j
GATE VALLEY GRAIN & S. CO. |
. F E. DILLON, MANAGER
The Buffalo Ind. Oil Co.
Wholesale High Grade
GASOLINE & KEROSENE
Popular Prices on Lubrications, Oils and Greases
QUALITY and SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
Wm. 1. Browning, Manager
Ao'omobil.t G.. Tr....r, Tr.rt.r . <« M— T..C.
Lubrication! a Specialty
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