Gate Valley Star (Gate, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 53, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 25, 1915 Page: 4 of 9
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GATE VALLEY STAR, GATE, OKLAHOMA
TrI2 G\TE VALLEY STAR
P&blished Each Thursday at Gate, Okla
E. I. HAWORTH, Editor & Owner.
Kiitered a* secoud clan* matter May 28. 1906,
•t the post o#ce tit Gate, Oklahoma, under
ct of Congress of March 3. )M9.
Address all communications and make
all remittances payable to the Star.
DR. H. h R'JTHERFORD
See L. P. Holliday
tailor made clothes.
Does General Pract ce.
for be*t Disease of Children a Specialty
Gale. - Okla
Let us print your horse and
The Busby's World's Great-
est Minstrel show Wednesday
evening-has shown the destina-
tion ot being1 the only one to ex-
hibit here for some time without
a lot of fauJt finding- critics pick-
ing its attractions to pieces after-
A negro minstrel show is in a
class by itself; and a good one
never fails to please an audience
where laughter and amusement
The negro has an ear for mu-
sic; it is natural with him; and
he has his way of rendering it.
It is not classical, but it is better
and more pleasing
The minstrels have a good en-
tertainment—one well wcrth the
price, and the audience got its
satisfaction of negro melody and
laughter. —Ifazelton Herald.
Gate, Tuesday, March 30th
Dock is 3 yis old Pure Bred
Red Poll Bull fromsplendid dairy
lineage, wt 1390 good individua
and gentle disposition.
Fee 52.50 L. 1). B. Ranney
L. P. NORTHUP
JEWELER & OPTICIAN
Santa Fe Watch Inspector
Established Jan. 1, 1805
Singer and New Home sewing
for sale. Brand new. Price right
Terms to feuit. Inquire at Star.
- Your Eyes My Business -
DR. C. E. WILLIAMS
of Woodward, r.. kla.
Glasses fitted correctly. Regular visits
,, to Gate every four weeks. Office at
Don t take anv chances in 191s ■'
Midland Hotel. Next date Feb. 2o un>
but have Haworth insure your
buildings, household goods, or
automobiles at once.
til two o'clock.
one to drill a well
Some one to drill a well for
Mrs. A. E. Price two miles east
of Gate. 41
Mahdeen Dandruff cure.
Holliday Barber shop.
ARKANSAS' ONE PROD-
He gets up at the alarm of a
Connecticut clock, buttons his
Chicago suspenders to Detroit
overalls; washes his face with i
Cincinnati soap in a Pennsylvan-I
ia pan; sits down to a Grand j
Rapids table; eats Chicago meat
and Tennesse flour* cooked with j
Kansas lard on a St. Louis stove;
puts a New York bridle on a
Kentucky mule, fed with Iowa j
corn; plows a farm covered by
an Ohio mortgage with aChatta-
noogaplow; when bedtime comes
he reads a chapter from a Bible
printed in Boston, says a prayer
written in Jerusalem, crawles
under a blanket made in New
Jersey, only to be kept awake
by an Arkansas dog - the only
I have some well secur-
ed paper to trade for
farm in Bepver County.
Send full description in
I have a limited num-
ber of choice Angus
Bulls for sale.
Call or Phone
ROY O. COPPOCK
Are You in Arrears
on your subscription 7 Yon know
WE NEED THE MONEY
Beware of Ointments for
Catarrah that Contain Mcrcury
i as mercury will surely destroy the sense
of smell and completely derange the
| whole system when "entering it through
; the mucous surfaces. Such articles should
' never be used except on perscriptions
from reliable physicians, as the damage
they will do is ten fold to the good you
'can possibly derive from them. Hall's
Catarrah cure, manufactured by F. J
NOTICE ron l l RLICATIOV
Department of (he Interior
1'. S. Land Office, Woodward, OMii. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no
January 28th, 1915 ' mercury and is taken internally, acting
Notice is hereby given that Howard E. directly upon the blood and mucous sur
Drake, of Englewood, Kansas, who on faces of the system. In buying Hall's Cat
September 26th, 1912 made Homestead arrah Cure be sure to get the genuine.
Entry No. 022438; for NE| NE£ Sec. 28 It is taken internally and made in Toledo
and W£ NWJ Section 27, Township 6 N Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonial
home probuctonhis place. — Ar- Rangc28, E. C. Meridian, has filed notice free. Sold by Druggists. Price 75 cents
j of intention to make final three year per bottle. Take Hall's Family Pills for
I proof to establish -laim to the land above j constipation.
i described before Register and Receiver
| U. 5. Land Office at Woodward. Oklahoma
I on the 30th day of March, 1915.
| Claimant names as witnesses: Blair
i Ruth, Otto Carpenter, of Englewood, Ks.,
j George I. Edmisson and Georg. C. Ber-
| ends, of Gate, Oklahoma.
J. Y. CALLAHAN, Register. 2-25
NOTICE EOH l l ItLIC ATION
l)i'|i;irlinenl of Hie Interior
l'. S. Land Office, Woodward, Okla.
Notice is hereby «given that Wess H
Williams, of Beaver Oklhoina, who, on
February 10" 1909, made Homestead
Entry No. 019368, for W£ NW$ of Section
^tate of Oklahoma
In the matter of the Application of the
Beaver and Cimarron Valley Telephone
Company, a Corporation, for Voluntary |
Notice is hereby given that the Beaver
and Cin.arron Valley Telephone Com- —
pany. a corporation, has filed in said ' J J Fft£Y Auc.t:onecr '28, ant* NE^ of Scction 29 Township
court its application for voluntary dis ' * ' 4 North of Range 22 E. C. M., has filed
solution of said company; and that any , SELL AN TH NCI GO ANYWHERE i notice of intention to make Final Five
persons desiring to make objections to T K R MS:— 1 1-2 percent, nothing 1 Year Proof, to establish claim to the land
the application must file the same in the under $10. I above described, before Thomas P. Braid
office of the Clerk of Court in and for | ^ wood a U. S. Commissioner in his office
said County and State *efore the expir - j DATES A I SJAR Ob KICK at Beaver. Oklahoma, on the 12 day of
ation of the time of publication of this . .
notice which will be thirty days from j irrij AT MAN HINSHAW'"
date of first publication of this notice on 1 ^AW HIINjjHAW
March 18th, 1915 1 HE AUCTIONEER
[ Seal ] c. c. DliORAW, Clerk of Court. | THE HIGH $ MAN
PhilKpE. Winter, Attorney for Applicant. He wants to cry your sale. See
him before you bill.
Claimant names as witnesses; Ira Wil
' son, Wm. Powers, Earl Wilson, Charles
Gregg all of Beaver. Oklahoma.
i 3, 4 1915 J. Y. Callahan Register
Oklahoma Dr. H. H. WYNNE
The Ford is lighter than any other car of its
size and power; Yet stronger, sturdier long-
er lasting. Vanadium steel, that's why. Van-
adium is the hardest, strongest, toughest
steel made. It is the only steel that is hard
and lough at the saino time. It is the highest
priced steel that is used ia automobile construc-
tion. Yet the Ford is very low in price. Its
quality, terms, price and small cost of operation
and upkeep, less than two cents a mile, have
made it the universal necessity in town and
Buyers will share in profits if we sell at retail 300,000 new
Ford cars between August 1914 and August 1915.
Runabout, $485; Touring Car, $535; Town Car, $735; Coupe
let $795; Sedan $1020 delivered at Gate with all equipment
On display an sale at
DICK-TEMPLE AUTO CO.
J. W. STARN, Mgr.
Meals at all hours
Night or Day
Fancy Chocolates and Bon Bons
Popcorn & Peanut Confection*
Cigars and Tobbacos
Woodward Bread 5 for 25 c
o. D. FELTS CAFE
Dr. G. A. Nylund, Proprietor
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The ttirline from Northwest Oklahoma to Gulf Ports and Sunny
Southern Texas, making dote connections to all points on the Gulf
Coast and Southern seaboard.
Connections at Woodward with the Santa Fe, Ht Elk City with the
Rock Island and at Altus with the Frisco.
S:e that your ticket reads via Wichita Fp'.ls Route.
For rates and other information, call on
C. I. FONTAINE, G. P. A., Wichita Falls o. E. W. I ONDON Gate.
107 W. Park. Oklahoma City
Centrally Located EYE, EAR, NOSE & THROAT
iti CsLASSES FITTED
1 lie Ccntl*ell Hotel Scientific application of lenses
(glasses) to the exe receives my attention
rYou should know the difference between
the legitimate professional expert and
the "spectacle seller." YOU FIT YOUR-
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Dr. llurke's Catarrh Remedy contains no cocaine, morphine,
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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/m1/4/: accessed April 8, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.