Gate Valley Star (Gate, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 53, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 25, 1915 Page: 1 of 9
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See E. I. Haworth next Saturday at Gate Valley Star for 8 precent money on good Beaver and Harper County Land
Gate valley star
GATE, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MAR. 25 1915
THE STATE BANK OF COMMERCE, OF GATE
Number pupils enrolled 99
No neither absent or tardy ' S4
No days pupils absent 19x/i
No times pupils tardy 6
To much sickness to expect
no absence. However the weath-
er has been fair enough for the
tardies to decrease, which is
Glenn Burdick was out of
school all last week because of
Gladys Felts was sick four
days last week, thus being com-
pelled to be absent from her 4th
The sixth and seventh grades
are calculating percents, and
The eighth grade is growing
nervous, because of the approch-
The boys are working deligent
ly for the Field Meet which is
to be held at Laverne the first
Saturday in April This meet
will be composed of all the High
Schools along the line west of
The girls are practing, each
with the determination of gain-
ing a place on the team to go to
the School Meet.
Dont torget the enteranment
and readingcontest Friday night.
The small admittance charged
will be used to pay the expenses
of our School and Track Team
to the meet.
AN EXCELLENT SHOW
Busby's Minstrels played to a
crowded tent last night They
were by far the best minstrtls
tha'. ever visited the city under
canvas. They have an axcellent
perfo-mance, especially the
dancing while the old time min-
strel performance and songs de-
lighted the audience. They carry
a fine band and are a tuneful
musical, talented crowd.—
Yates Center Advocate.
This show will exhibit in Gate
Tuesday uight March 3oth.
If every farmer in this vicinity
or in any vicinity would take
hold of the good roads proposit-
ion and push it as has S. P.
Kerns, George Serene, J. H.
Bailey and others living just
west of tovvn, there would be lit-
tle complaint on account of bad
These men are working the
roads past their farms this
weather while they can do noth-
ing else, and if you have anv
doubts as to the job they are do-
ing just drive out and look.
There was not a stretch of
road in this country that was
worse than the mi'e of which we
are speaking, and now since they
have been working on it a week
you will have to look around some
before you find a nicer mile any-
where. A bridge has been put
in where the water always stood
of a rainy season and the hills
have been taken down until now
it is something of a pike. We
trust this will be followed up by
other farmers of this vicinity.
Mrs. J. L Randall who hes
been at Sampsill, Okla , for the
past two months returned home
A. Burdick made a busi-
ness trip to Supply Wednesday.
The Gigley brothers are haul-
ing the sand which is to be
used in the erection of the new
bank building on the corner of
broadwav and Main.
Remember we want all the
hand boys to come to band prac-
tice next Friday night. Some
bjsiness to transact relative to
the moving of the band stand.
Mr*. Caress was moved from
her home in Gate the past week
to the home of her mo her in
$1.00 For 80c
If you heard of a place where silver
dollars could be bought at 80c would you
hesitate long before buying? Of course
not. You would be amo ig the first buyers
We are not selling dollars at 80c but
we are selling lots of merchandise at
prices just as startling.
Sale closes Saturday, March 27.
We pay cash for Poultry
C. E STILL
J. H. Crisswell trom south of
the Beaver transacted business
in Gate Saturday.
R. G Johnson placed his card
in the paper this week, which
you will note in another place.
He expects to bring his family
here shortly and locate perman-
Alonzo Hayward received \ mes-
sage from Wichita Hospital that
it would be necessary for an op-
eration to be performed on his
wife, asking that he come soon.
Dr. C. C. Robi nson is the ve-
terinary that has located at Gate,
coming here f rom eastern Okla-
homa well recommended and
apparently well qualified for his
'vork. See his ad in this issue.
For that new Easter suit see
L. P. Holliday.
E. H. Bowman and wife were
trading in town Saturday.
J. M. Scott was among the
traders in Gate Monday.
J. C. Grasham went to May
last week to participate in the
Odd Fellow doings at that place, j
W. H. Watson was in town
Saturday seeing after (jiis busi-
E. H Bowmau purchased a
new car last week. Of course it
is needless to say his^hoice was
■ ar Ford.
We have our new spring line of Mary
Pickford caps and veilings, something
good for the auto. Some new spring suit-
ing in latest colors. Spring dress crepe
Windsor ties in new shades and colors.
Dress goods, silk hosiery, kid gloves, ties, hats and
shoes. Tailor made suits. Everything to doll up in.
PRICES THE BEST
Gate, . Okla.
I desire to announce to my
client* that Malcolm W. McKen-
zie, of Shawnee. Oklahoma, has
associated himself with me as an
assistant in the general practice
of law. Mr. McKenzie is a law-
yer of several years experience
and consultation with and ad-
vice from him will receive the
same care and attention as if at
I have equipped my office with
modern estate records and am
making administration of estates
a specialty and all estate and
guardianship matter handled
hrough my office will carry as
complete and full a record as is
lurried in theConnuy Court.
E. J. Dick.
" Along the Missouri " the
home talent show was rendered
last Saturday evening. It was
played well and thoroughly en-
joyed. They expect to play
again at Fussy Ridge in two
The school children are work-
ing hard preparing their exhibits
for the educational fair.
Fred Kuntz left Tuesday for
Wichita to take treatment for
a growth on his neck.
Adelle Laverty spent the lat-
ter part of the week in Forgan
visiting and taking part in the
W. C. T. U. Gold Medal Contest.
Mrs. Archer returned this
week to her home. A sister ac-
companied her. We are glad to
welcome them back.
Sore throat is causing quite a
number in this vicinity to suffer
A. M. Burnam who has been
a conductor on the freight along
this road since it was built, is
here this week selling cash reg-
isters. He has one of the most up
to date machines ever put on the
market. It is not only a cash reg-
ster but a credit register also
besides th'is it is a good adding
machine, equal to any used by
the banks of our country.
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Haworth, E. I. Gate Valley Star (Gate, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 53, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 25, 1915, newspaper, March 25, 1915; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc167885/m1/1/: accessed April 9, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.