The Davis News (Davis, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 16, 1920 Page: 1 of 8

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VOL XXVI— NUMBER 51
DA VIS OKLAHOMA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 16 1920
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' iDuftbr i&fjmrenta ana
teachers me£ at the iHigh sohoql
buildifrg September 10th for the
purpose of organizing a Parents-
Teachers’ Association'1
The following: ' officers were
elected Mrs W N Lewis
president Mrs George vice
president Miss Bess Kelly secre-
tary ' The following working com-
mittee was appointed Mes-
dames Shaffer Clifton Smith
Misses Lois Gabel and Knowles'
Every parent in district tim-
ber ten will be considered a
member of this association and
we shall expect you at our neit
meeting The meetings will be
held the first Thursday in each
month promptly at four o’clock
Come and ask some one to ' come
with you ? We want a god
school and we need your help-

With respect toLmaintaining
the best fed and the best clothed
army on earth the Republicans
say it eost too much But when
it comes to financing a national
campaign they shout: “Get the
money boys” ‘
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1 A complete line of Mavis toilet
articles
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Good Merchandise
For Less Money " “
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Men’s Work Clothing
a Specialty
I Shaffer’s Cash Store
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One door east of Easter Drug Co
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The Ford Model T One Ton Track is in reality a necessity to the wide awake
retail grocer not only for the economic solution of the delivery problem but for
the bringing of goods from the docks or stations to his place of business and for
traversing the country and bringing in produce For years the Ford One Ton
Truck with its splendid manganese bronse worm-drive powerful Ford Model
T Motor strong Vanadium steel frame has been serving in every line of business'
activity and we have yet to hear the first complaint as to rear axle trouble or
motor trouble It has the lowest purchase price on the market and the cost
for operating and maintaining is exceedingly small In fact the Ford One Toni
Truck has become a business necessity Leave your order with us without delay'
We will give you prompt attention and assure you reasonably prompt delivery
and give you an after service that will Insure your continuous operation of the
Truck ““ s
Sam P Hale Motor Co
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Authorized Ford Sales and Service ‘
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Pipelfor anoftier bil well near'
payis' is being Jiauled hut 'this
4e$k It is foe the'Choate OH
Corporation ' of 'Oklahoma City
who have taken over a lot of
acreage through '0 T Nelson
and made two locations -v
The first location is in the cen-
ter of section 17 in which section
the Cornhusker well is located
The Becond is the southeast loca-
tion in section 7‘
These Veils will be drilled with
a rotary rig’ and it is believed
drilling will be started soon
The Choate people are big
manufacturers and dealers in
lubricating oils and we under-
stand that they are interesting
themselves in the Davis field be-
cause the oil found here is of
paraffine base and just the" thing
for a lubricant ’’ ' J -
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Young Teddy Roosevelt said in
his Tulsa Bpeech that the "Demo-
cratic administration has been
the most' tremendous failure in
history ‘He 'was referring to
the prosecution of the war But
there is a hook-nosed Teuton
sawing wood in the forests of
Holland who has ah entirely dif-
ferent opinion of our conduct of
the war
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THE UHIYESSA1 CAR
-JSWAutO Accident
Horace Parkeriand pay Pal-'
pier experienced jtdoMYall for
then lives r Monday Gening
shortly after dark While ' driv-
ing in a car about five miles west
of Hennepin they struck d stump
and the impact was so Budden
that Horace was thrown through
the windshield and cut so badly
that he came near bleeding to
death before medical assistance
was Becured Fay received a
cut on the chin the steering
wheel keeping him from going
through the windshield
After the accident Horace
started toward Hennepin and
met Mr Kuykendall driving a
truck who took him to Henne-
pin Arriving there they found
Dr Morton out of town so Dr
Dunn at Davis was phoned for
to come in a hurry which he did
On arriving he found that Mr
Parker was seriously cut just
over the left ear and had been
bleeding profusely Only the
assistance of Richard Morton
and Other Hennepin friends who
held the wound tightly while
awaiting the arrival of the doc-
tor kept him from bleeding to
death Six stitches were necis-"
sary to close the wound An
artery had been severed and the
blood flowed freely Both young
men were"brought to Davis that
night and were able’ to be up
town next dSy ’
It was a very close call for
them and " especially for Mr
Parker - - ’ "
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If you have any doubt that the
Federal Reserve Act has helped
you any look at the paper money
you may happen to have in your
purse The chances are just
seven to three that the money
you carry is Federal Reserve
notes Try this and see for
yourself
Business is good with me
Why? Because I sell fresh
staple family groceries at close
prices and give strict attention
to business Try me and see if
I don’t please you
S H Karnes
Near Davis Grain Co
Take your broken watch to—
Gus Evans
TothaPeoj of ths 14th
District
1 Jtfr is with much regret that
I resigned thd position of Dis-
tjrict Judge of these four counties
after nearly six years of service
if that capacity In the recent
primary I was nominated by the
people of the 5th Congressional
District for Congress and feel
that it is my duty to visit the
people before the election talk
with them find out their wants
explain my platform and assist
in the success of our party
wish to thank the people of this
judicial district for their kind
co-operation during the past six
years and their assistance in my
behalf I always administered
the affairs of the office to the
very best of my ability
i About the first of September
id the beginning of the busy
court season and while I needed
the salary of District Judge I
cpuld not give my attention to
those duties and also make the
campaign Therefore not wish-
ing to draw a salary that I did
not ‘ earn decided to resign
Words will not express 'my ap-
preciation for the Congressional
nomination and if elected I will
work in that position as I have
always done
It The people now see the need
of Warehouses and when I an-
nounced for Congress' my plat-
form contained a provision of
that kind' The Government
should build Warehouses where
the farmers can store their pro-
ducts and borrow money from
government on his Warehouse
receipts at not to exceed six per
cent ' interest if needed ' to
engble him to hold his products
for a fair market and not he
compelled to sell when the mar-
ket is off
I also favor an early settle-
ment of Indian affairs and want
the Government to assist the sol-
diers and sailors of the recent
war to buy them homes in the
country or in town a3 they de-
sire Thanking the good people of
this District for ‘their kindness
and assistance and assuring you
that I will greatly appreciate
your assistance in the election
'November 2
I am Very sincerely yours
F B Swank
Itinerary of F B Swank
Itinerary of F B Swank
democratic nominee for congress
5th 'Oklahoma district through
Murray Garvin and McClain
counties:
Sept 27— Hickory 1 p m
Scullin 3 p m Drake 5 p m
Dougherty 8 p m
Sept 28-Katie 1 p m Hen-
nepin 3 p m Hoover 5 p m
Davis 8 p m ‘
Sept 29— Roberson 1 p m
Foster 3 p m Brady 5 p m
Elmore 8 p m '
Sept 30— Maysville 1 p m
Purdy 4 p m Lindsay 8 p m
Oct 2— Stratford 2 p m
Byars 4 p m Rosedale 8 p m
Oct 4— Criner 1 p m Story 3
p m Paoli 5 p m Wayne 8 p
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Must Produce More
Naturally the $600000000
wage increase granted railroad
workers will be passed on to the
public in the form of increased
passenger and freight rates
There is just one way in which
the country as a whole can get
value for its additional expendi-
ture and that is for the railroad
workers to show their apprecia-
tion by an increase in efficiency
The cost of living can never go
down as wages remain high un-
less those receiving the wages
produce more'
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- “A surprise 'whicJi'Wa? not a
surprise” to their multitude of
friends in this city blight be
characterized fhe-wedding of Mr
Earle Masters and Miss ‘Eva
Vance’ which occurred at the
First Christian church at 6:00 a
m Wednesday morning with
Rev Geo W Lee officiating
The impressive ring ceremony
was used in the presence of only
a tew Witnesses Immediately
after the ceremony the happy
couple left in' their car for parts
unknown to spend a few weeks’
honeymoon -
The groom is one of Sulphur’s
best known and successful bus-
iness men yrhose fine character
and manly conduct has won for
him the high esteem of all For
a number of years he has been
in the real estate and insurance
business and has been very suc-
cessful in his business affairs '
The bride is at present court
clerk of Murray county a most
charming and accomplished
young lady whose amiable and
pleasing personality has made
her a very popular and success-
ful county official While for
many years engaged in official
life yet she possesses a happy
domestic spirit and quite sure
frill be as popular in the social
and connubial life as she fras
in official and public life
She declined to be a candidate
for re-election this year but will
continue to hold her office until
the regular term expires in Jan-
uary i -
After a brief honeymoon they
will be at home to their friends
in the Masters residence on East
First' street —Sulphur Democrat
Fr Sale
One Case tractor 15-27 horse
power in good shape practically
new Also 3-gang Oliver disc
plow See O H Keene
The bridge across the Washita
west of town is being refloored
with native Oak about three
ifiches thick and when the
workmen get through with the
job the bridge will be in fine
shape ’
Our Store
always has indentified itself with lines of recog-
nized quality— the kind of merchandise for
which we have never had to apologize the kind
that’s sold on the basis of merit and justify the
Service which is claimed for them We em-
phasize these remarks by calling your attention
to our pew fall and winter
Manhattan Shirts
Hart-Shaffner & Marx Clothes
Bostonian Shoes
Stetson Hats
- Coopers Underwear
Csll ll£3ti(igof Farmers
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farmers weswrf ’the rfver'
have agreed to call a meeting at
the city hall’ in 'Davis on Safur- '
day ? Sept 18th to discuss the”
price to be' paid St 'cotton pick
frig “also the disposition of their :
cotton and cotton Beed Every-
one invited to attend this meet- i
ing-' ‘
t read this
Before making your fall pur-
chases inspect our line of men’s
women’s and children’s ready-to-r
wear and we will make prices '
that will interest you One door
east of Easter Drug Co
Shaffer’s Cash Store
Announcing the
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PUXEKPEOnllinNG MACHOS COt
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GREATEST PHONOGRAPH IN AMERICA FOR
TONE QUALITY BEAUTY ELEVEN DIFFER
ENT MEDIUM SIZED MODELS
PLAYS ALL MAKES OF RECORDS PERFECTLY
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Easter Drug Co
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The Davis News (Davis, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 16, 1920, newspaper, September 16, 1920; Davis, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1713689/m1/1/ocr/: accessed April 13, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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