The Medford Patriot. (Medford, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 3, 1913 Page: 4 of 8
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WITH FAMOUS PEOPLE
I. 11. Ruth: 'Tis better to have
won by one than never to have
won at all.
John Rnnyon: When I heard
the first returns I thought some-
body had been Aprufooling with
J. H. Fuss: 1 have no sore
spots, but I sure would have ap-
preciated four or five more
T. J. Palmer: The campaign
inade me five years younger and
I would be in good shape for an-
other in three months.
M. T. Ausherman: Didn't ask
anyone to vote for me, not be-
cause I am bashful but because
I thought they would do as they
pleased anywhere, and I appre-
ciate what was done.
Everybody: Now that its over
let's forget all unkind things,
true and untrue, that were said,
and all put our shoulders to the
wheel, assist in giving Medford
good government, and working
hand in hand for everything that
will make a bigger, more prosper-
ous Medford. Only dead towns
permit elections to divide them
in their work for a better city
and Medford is a live town.
Coining April 10th.
The Morey Stock Company in
''A Neglected Wife," a four act
pastoral comedy drama, with a
good plot and sensational comedy
The Morey Stock Company is
not new to patrons of the opera
house in Medford, having been
here several times and always
gave the best satisfaction. They
usually play six nights in a town
but being on their .way north to
a cooler climate will be here one
night only, Thursday, April 10th.
They have selected their best
play for us and will present it
with their own scenery entirely.
Having specialties sufficient for
a week's stand there will be no
limit to them here. "A Neglect-
ed Wife" is a play with a grand
moral as well as presenting many
rare amusing incidents. It is
clean and unobjectionable to
the most exacting audience.
Rates of admission will be 25,
35 and 50 cents. Reserved seats
will be on sale at Hutchinton's
jewelry store Wednesday, April
Seed oats at the Deer Creek
Dr. J. M. Blood, Dentist.
Seed oats at the Deer Creek
Elevator Co. _
Good clean kat'ir corn seed at | Wheat looks fine. Insure
Falkenberg Brothers. It.jagainst hail with J. W. Chism.
A cistern is-being built on the Seed oats a£ the Deer Creek
place of I). D. Walker. Elevator Co.
George Aikens was here
nesdav from Helena.
For Rent Cheap: 5 room house.
Mrs. Frank Craig. It.
Plenty of baled alfalfa and
prairie hay for sale in Medford
by E. F. Quigley. tf.
Call and get prices and ex-
amine the GALE line of farm im-
plements at Fisk & Tharp's.
Ed Falkenberg was down the
latter part of the week from
Say, try trading
for fresh meat at
Attorney R. E. Sullivan was
up from Pond Creek on legal
If we can't save you some
money and make some ourselves
on a GALE Lister, Ave won't ex-
pect you to buy it .Fisk & Tharp.
Mrs. I). Lively and daughter,
Fannie of Wakita were guests of
Mrs. Eugene Staedelin from Fri-
day until Sunday.
Feed Inspector Gorman was in
Medford Wednesday checking
over the stock at Falkenbergs
store. lie found everything in
Get Bulk garden seed at Fal-
kenberg 's Feed Store. _ It.
County Clerk Thos. Ilarville
spent Wednesday in Pond Creek.
Marion Robinson was up from
Lamont Wednesday visiting his
brother, "Bes" Robinson.
Mrs. P. A. Falkenberg is mov-
ing out to the farm south of town
to spend the summer.
Gibson & Son owners of the
Nash Garage were Medford visi-
The ladies aid of the M. E.
Church will give a cooked food
sale April 18th, the day of the
Grant County Track Meet.
The Singer is the world's best
seller because it is the world's
best sewing machine.—J. L. Arm-
strong, Agent, Medford, Okla.
Friends of Chas, Williams, who
lost his leg in Kansas City, re-
ceived word this week that he is
getting along as well as could
be expected. .
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Moore mo-
tored down from Fairview town-
ship Saturday to visit at the
home of their son-in-law, Roy
W. E. Smith returned
T. F. Eads, who lives west of
Renfrow was in Medford on busi-
Satur- [ ness Monday. lie is immensely
Bay View Club.
Friday was guest day with the
Bay View Club and the members
entertained their guests at the
home of Mrs. Howard Reed. A
very entertaining special pro-
gram had been prepared. Roll
call was responded to by "Cur-
rent Events." Mrs. Harry Stew-
art read a paper '•Immigrants as
Citizens." Mrs. Allen sang a
solo, "The Starlit Sea" accom-
panied by Mrs. G. W. Brown.
A paper by Mrs. Loder, "The
Egyptions conception of life and
Mrs. Roy Russell and Mrs.
Stephenson favored the ladies
with a piano duet. Mrs. Estes
gave an ecxellent review of the
book "Fran." After the pro-
gram the guests indulged in vari-
ous games and were served with
punch and cake. The guests
were Mesdames Lindbeck, El-
dredge Estes, Dr. Lively of Wa-
kita, E. F. Russell, J. B. Dren-
nan, Tharp, Barber, Ridings Roy
Black, Croxton, E. II. Breeden,
Jim Brown, G. W. Brown Floyd
Thompson and Fanchier.
With Miss Estes.
The Modern Priscillas met
with Miss Vera Estes on Wed-
nesday evening at her home. The
young ladies report a jolly good
time with home made confections
and apples as a dainty lunch
Miss Susie Wilkenson, who is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Smith,
was honor guest. The members
present were the Misses Sloat
Timmons, Cougher, Thomas. Ethel
Wilson, Crocket, Brewster Smith,
Mrs. Woodrow and Mrs. Mabel
Capt. Colman presented the
young ladies with several boxes
With Mrs. AUen.
The E. M. B. Club met with
Mrs. J. O. Allen on Thursday.
Needle work and conversation
caused the time to pass pleasant-
ly. A two course luncheon serv-
ed at five o'clock was delicious.
Those present were Mesdames
Davis, Barber, Walling, Adams,
Thompson, Croxton. Chism, Blood
Lockwood, Harry Stewart. Mc-
Lennan. and Allen and Early.
Sirs. Harry Chism was <dub guest.
day night from a trip to Walters,
Oklahoma. He reports the sea-
son about two weeks ahead of
that here, that the fruit trees
were in bloom two weeks ago
and were caught by the frost.
They look mighty sick now.
O. V. Williams, Arch Bowen
and Purdy, "the land man" of
Sterling, Kansas, went to Man-
chester the latter part of the
week. Mr. Williams cried a sale
and got off so good that he is
to go back again this week for
A marriage license was issued
the past week to Boaz II. Hamil-
ton, of Jefferson, and Emma
Carr of near Clyde. Miss Can-
is a sister of Mrs. Curt Evans
and of F. B. Carr, who was a
candidate for the democratic
nomination for clerk last year.
R. B. Wilson, Dr. Blood, Frank
Stewart and Harry Stewart are
among those who are proving
that with proper attention as
fine blue grass lawns may be
grown in Medford as anywhere
in the world. Nothing adds more
to the appearance of a home.
Joe Urban, his son Joe and
his daughters, Stacie and Clara,
left Thursday morning for Enid
to attend the funeral of Frank
Urban there today. The deceas-
ed is a nephew of Joe Urban and
is well known among the young
people in the territory northeast
The last three nights of this
week the Perrases will be at the
Lyric Picture Theatre. As this
is the last week of the picture
show under the present manage-
ment, manager R. E. Ramsey en-
deavored to secure an attraction
of unusual ability and has cer-
tainly done so in securing The
Perrases. The above people play-
ed here last season and their
work pleased greatly. See them
again in a complete change of
program Thursday, Friday and
Saturday of this week. It.
Special A. H. T. A. Meeting
There will be a special meeting
of the A. II. T. A. No. 50 on the
evening of Wednesday, April 9th,
at the Woodman Hall. A num-
ber of visitors will be present
and all members are requested to
be on hand.
C. T. Frack, President.
pleased with crop
The following assessors have
completed their work and turned
in their assessments to county as-
sessor D. E. Bunch: Ed James.
Banner township; Chas Oatoot,
North Hickory township; J. W.
Strider, Medford City; 0. N. El-
more, Numa township and W. W.
Kinney, Medford township.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Drennan
entertained a few friends infor-
mally on Tuesday evening. Vari-
ous games were played and a
dainty little collation was served
by the hostess.
Medford Creamery Co.
I OPEN FOR BUSINESS I
Saturday 5 - 1913
WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE I
Irvin Grove was here from
Caldwell Sunday on business.
L. Pryor and I. Skuyler were
Monday visitors from Numa.
The Medford Meat Market
will take eggs for meats. 4-10
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Davis went
to Pond Creek Wednesday.
Capt. C. T. Colman made a
business trip to Pond Creek Wed-
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Spencer
returned to their home in Mc
Lean, Texas, Thursday.
J. II. Fuss made a business
trip to Wichita Thursday.
C. S. Trekell of Nardin was
in Medford Tuesday visiting his
brother, F. T. Trekell.
Miss Susie Wilkerson of Perry
Oklahoma, is visiting her sister
Mrs. Mabel Smith.
Mrs. Mable Smith returned
Wednesday night from a visit
with her folks at Perry.
Married By Judge Bird.
R. 0. Cowherd, age 27, of near
Medford and Miss Edna Ricka-
baugh of Wakita, age 17, were
married by Judge J. W. Bird
Saturday. County attorney E.
H. Breeden and Miss Zola Brunei*
were the witnesses.
The Kensington Club.
Mrs. Loder was hostess to the
Kensington club on Thursday af-
ternoon, at three o'clock. Mrs.
Loder charmingly entertained
the ladies until five o'clock when
she served a two course dainty
luncheon. Mrs. Walter Privett
entertains this club in two weeks.
W. W. Club.
A new embroidery club of
eight members just organized
and which will meet every other
Friday is the W. W's. Mrs. Ira
Baldwin entertained on Friday
last and Mrs. Jesse Jones will
be hostess in two weeks. A dain-
ty luncheon of fruit salad with
whipped cream cake and cocoa
Gun Club News.
At the special shoot Thurs-
day of last week in honor of Ed
O'Brien, the "Dead Shot" man
some good scores were made in
spite of the high wind. Dr.
Hardy, Dr. Blood and John Strid-
er went especially well. The
scores made follow.
Brownie 25x15, O'Brien 90x81,
L. Brown 30x16, Wilson 45x31,
Hutchinson 45x33, Blood 60$48,
Strider 75x60, Dotts 45x32. An-
derson 30x14, Hardy 75x64, Har-
ville 10x5, Soucek 75x55.
"My little son had a very se-
Straight at It.
There is no use of our "beat-
ing around the bush." We might vere cold. I was recommended to
as well out with it first as last, try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
We want you to try Chamber-1 and before a small bottle was
lain s Cough Remedy the next finished he was as well as ever"
time vou have a cold or cough, writes Mrs. H. Silks, 29 Dowling
There* is no reason so far as we t Street, Sydney, Australia. This
can see why you should not do remedy is for sale by all Deal-
so. This preparation by its re- ers.—Adv.
markable cures has gained a For rheumatism you will find
Dr Stiles reports the birth of world wide reputation, and peo- nothing better than Chamber-
a fine babv girl at the home of pie everywhere speak of it in the Iain's Liniment. Try it and see
D R (tarrinjrer, northwest of I highest terms of praise. It is how quickly it gives relief. For
Medford ■ ^or 8a'e by Neal Drug Co.—Adv., sale by all Dealers. Adv.
F. W. Ballard, living a mile
north of Numa has bought a new
Ford car of the Grant County
J. II. Graton, city .carrier No.
2, of Blackwell, Oklahoma, is
visiting his mother, Mrs. Asenath
Graton this week.
Peter Graevs and wife have
returned from a pleasant visit
with Mrs. Graevs' folks near
Forgan in Beaver county.
T. H. Beacom, assistant in
the superintendents office at
El Reno, has been promoted and
transferred to Chicago. F. J.
Cosley is his successor.
R. Metzger, republican mem-
ber of the county election board,
was up from Pond Creek today
to assist in canvassing the city
The High School boys made
merry with a shirt tail parade
Monday night, serenading most
of the business places in town
The hose was turned on them at
one or two places but they seem-
ed to enjov the evening immense-
The Ladies Aid of the M. E.
Church met with Mrs. Don Arm-
strong on Wednesday afternoon.
Just routine work was attended
to and regular number present.
A lovely luncheon was served at
Ernest Buys Delivery.
Lee Ernest has closed a deal
with H. H. Herman for his de-
livery outfit and business and
will do the delivering for the lo-
cal stores .H. N. Carney has
bought the transfer wagon.
Picture Show Sold.
R. G. Humphrey of Woodward,
an experienced picture show njan,
has purchased the picture show
of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ramsey
and will take charge Monday.
He has many improvements plan-
ned such as elevating the seats.
Mr. and Mrs. Ramsey have not
decided- what they will do.
Bravery in the Dark.
A little girl remarked to her
mamma, on going to bed, "i am
not afraid of the dark."
"No, of course not," replied
"I,was a little afraid once,
when I went into the pantry to
get a tart."
"What were you afraid of?"
"I was afraid 1 couldn't find
the tarts."—Pittsburg Chronicle-
Shooters to Anthony.
Mel Brown took several of
the members of the Medford Gun
Club to Anthony, Kansas, Tues-
day to participate in the Gun
Club shoot there attended by Ed
O'Brien. They report a pleas-
ant time. O'Brien broke 88 out
of 95. The two Anthony crack
shots, Whitney and Holliday
broke respectively 43 and 46 out
of 50. The scores made by the
Medford sportsmen follow:
Seed oats at the
Too much care cannot be used
in selecting a cough medicine
for children. It should be pleas-
ant to take, contain no harmful
substance and be most effectual.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
fills all these requirements and
is a favorite with the mothers
of young children everywhere.
For sale by Neal Druv Co.—Adv.
The Ladies Aid of the Chris-
tian Church were entertained on
Wednesday afternoon by Mrs.
Fisk at her residence. Sixteen of
the members were present and
had a lovely time piecing quilts.
Mrs. Fisk served them with a
dainty two course luncheon con-
sisting of sandwiches, salad, pre-
served peas with whipped cream,
cake and coffee.
We are going to make some very
low prices on discs. Here are a few
samples. These are all new discs
in good condition of the very best
makes and styles and are guaran-
12-16 $23.00 14-16 $25.00
We have the Bluebell, which is easy to turn, long
lived and yositively will not give you any trouble.
Large Capacity, Low Price and Easy Terms
We have a few high grade cultivators on which we
will make close out prices. Just look at these
prices, then come and see the cultivators.
4 shovel $22 6 shovel $23
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